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Country stars: Where are they now?

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 22: <p>They sang the songs that, to this day, are still stuck in our heads, for better ("Wide Open Spaces") or for worse ("Achy Breaky Heart"). In honor of Shania Twain's 52nd birthday on Aug. 28, 2017, <a href="http://wonderwall.com/">Wonderwall.com</a> is remembering the artists who shaped country music, and catching up with them today! So let's start with the birthday girl -- Shania! To say that the Canadian country star limped out of the gate early on would be an understatement. It wasn't until her second album that she caught fire, but boy, did she start an inferno! After meeting and marrying rock album producer Mutt Lange in 1993, Shania recorded "The Woman in Me," which went 12-times platinum! Her followup, "Come On Over," became the best-selling album by a female artist ever and is still to this day the sixth best-selling album in the United States. Now keep reading to see what Shania and more of your favorite country crooners of yesteryear are up to now...</p>

They sang the songs that, to this day, are still stuck in our heads, for better ("Wide Open Spaces") or for worse ("Achy Breaky Heart"). In honor of Shania Twain's 52nd birthday on Aug. 28, 2017, Wonderwall.com is remembering the artists who shaped country music and catching up with them today! So let's start with the birthday girl -- Shania! To say that the Canadian country singer limped out of the gate early on would be an understatement. It wasn't until her second album that she caught fire, but boy, did she start an inferno! After meeting and marrying rock album producer Robert "Mutt" Lange in 1993, Shania recorded "The Woman in Me," which went 12-times platinum! Her followup, "Come On Over," became the best selling album by a female artist ever and is still to this day the sixth best selling album in the United States. Now keep reading to see what Shania and more of your favorite country crooners of yesteryear are up to now...

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