“The album is really about a place that I’ve come to, and I’ve been for longer than I’d like in a transition period,” Twain said in an interview.
“I’m just so relieved that I’m finally here now on the other side of that … so I thought it was really fitting to call the album Now as this is where I’ve landed.”
But in 2004, her vocal chords were damaged by Lyme disease, which also afflicts people with lethargy and joint pains. Four years later, she split, with her husband and musical partner Robert Lange, alleging he had cheated on her with her best friend.
Twain said she has worked hard to overcome the vocal damage.