Shania Twain fans got a treat this past weekend at the Stagecoach Festival (think Coachella but for country music) when the “Come On Over” singer headlined the country extravaganza.
Twain finally debuted her new song, “Life’s About to Get Good” from her upcoming album, Triumphant—set to be released this September—her first since Up! in 2002.
The upbeat single sounds similar to her previous release, “Today Is Your Day” which she released in conjunction with her 2011 reality series Why Not? with Shania Twain on OWN.
“I wrote this specific song about the good and bad in life and how important it is to have both,” she told the Stagecoach crowd. “We got to take the good with the bad, right? No pain, no gain.”
Twain played a set full of her biggest hits including “Man! I Feel Like A Woman,” “From This Moment On” and “Any Man of Mine.”
She also brought out Nick Jonas as a special guest to duet with her on “Party For Two,” the single from her 2004 Greatest Hits collection.
“Shania Twain is the reason I’m in music today,” Jonas said after the two finished their duet.
“This is the party of the year for me,” Twain told the audience. “I don’t get out much actually. I’ve been very busy in the studio making new music, being a mom, being a wife, all these other hats, so this is like my party night.”
In addition to headlining Stagecoach, Twain was recently a fifth judge on NBC’s The Voice. With her new album, Triumphant, scheduled to be released in September it seems that Twain is ready to rock this country in 2017.