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Country strong: A quick guide to the Strip’s incoming musical residents

    • Shania Twain

      Greatest hits: “You’re Still the One,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”

      Good sport: Carried the 2010 Winter Olympics torch through her Ontario hometown.

      Acting out: Starred in 2011 reality show Why Not? With Shania Twain; has appeared as a guest judge and mentor on American Idol.

      Famous spouse: Record producer Robert John “Mutt” Lange is her ex.

      Shania Twain: Still the One: Begins December 1, days vary, 7:30 p.m., $55-$250. Colosseum at Caesars Palace, 731-7208.

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      Tim McGraw

      Greatest hits: “I Like It, I Love It,” “It’s Your Love,” “Live Like You Were Dying.”

      Good sport: Son of former MLB relief pitcher Tug McGraw; attended Northeast Louisiana on a baseball scholarship.

      Acting out: Appeared in films Friday Night Lights, Flicka, Four Christmases, The Blind Side and Country Strong, among others.

      Famous spouse: Click to your right.

      Tim McGraw & Faith Hill: Soul2Soul: Begins December 7, days & times vary, $103-$303. Venetian Theatre, 414-1000.

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      Faith Hill

      Greatest hits: “This Kiss,” “Breathe,” “The Way You Love Me.”

      Good sport: The voice behind NBC’s Sunday Night Football theme song, since 2007.

      Acting out: Her one and only film role came in 2004’s The Stepford Wives.

      Famous spouse: Look to your left. She and McGraw have been married since 1996 and have three daughters together.

      Tim McGraw & Faith Hill: Soul2Soul: Begins December 7, days & times vary, $103-$303. Venetian Theatre, 414-1000.

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