Orville Peck

When the biggest night in music was in full swing back in February, Orville Peck found himself surrounded by legends and icons at the 62nd Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Little did he expect that one of those titans of music would be making a beeline for him across the crowd calling out his name. “I looked and it was Shania Twain,” Orville tells me on the phone from Canada, where he’s currently in self isolation for two weeks. “She gave me a big hug, and she said ‘I’m a huge fan, I love the song you wrote for us, I can’t wait to work on it.’” The enigmatic country star had been waiting on a date to be locked in to record Legends Never Die with Shania; a song he wrote specifically as a duet between them. When management first told him that one of country music’s most dazzling queens was up for recording a song he’d written, he almost didn’t want to believe it just in case it didn’t happen. But within weeks after that chance encounter at the Grammys, Orville travelled to Shania’s ranch in Las Vegas to record the track, which features on his latest EP, Show Pony.

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