Shania Twain support acts: who is opener Breland - which dates will he play?
Breland will be opening for Shania Twain on the Queen of Me tour
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Shania Twain has confirmed her support act for her final Queen of Me show in the UK
The iconic country singer will be playing venues across UK and Ireland in September. It includes stops in London, Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham and finally at the First Direct Arena in Leeds.
Before Shania Twain takes to the stage, there will be a support act each night. Here's all you need to know:
Who is Shania Twain's opening act?
The Queen of Country music will be joined by Breland for her UK and Ireland shows. He had previously supported her on a number of prior dates in North America.
Breland will be the support act for every single show in September - including the show in Leeds on 28 September.
Who is Breland?
Breland - who's full name is Daniel Gerard Breland - is a 28-year-old American singer and songwriter. He combines country rap , R&B, gospel and soul music.
The artist had his breakthrough in 2019 with his single My Truck after the track gained attention on social media. His debut album Cross Country was released in 2022 - and his most recent single is Cowboy Don't.
In 2021 he featured on Dierks Bentley's hit single Beers On Me - which also included HARDY. Ahead of joining the Shania Twain tour, Breland has played a few shows in the UK including at the Electric Ballroom in London on 9 September.
He played the following tracks, according to Setlist.fm:
- Here For It
- High Horse
- Told You I Could Drink
- For What It's Worth(with Kezia Gill)
- Strawberry Wine(Deana Carter cover) (with Avery Anna)
- Happy Song
- The Extra Mile
- Cross Country
- Beers On Me(Dierks Bentley cover)
- Cowboy Don't
- County Line
- Praise the Lord
- Throw It Back
- My Truck
Who are Shania Twain's support acts for Fall tour?
The Queen of Me tour will return to North America in October 2023 following the completion of the UK and Ireland tour. She will be joined by Lily Rose, TALK and Tentile Townes at various points on the run of shows.