GOODBYE SHANIA, HELLO MCDONALD'S

Tomorrow Emerson Drive will play their last opening slot for Shania Twain on her current tour. They'll miss touring with one of country's biggest stars - but they'll miss her food just as much. "She had her own catering traveling with the whole crew," says guitarist Danick Dupelle, "and they were from New Zealand and Australia, and the food was just unbelievable. And one day I said, 'I'm going to be careful about what I eat,' because you eat so well, it's good food, and when there's good food like that and good dessert too. And that's the problem - my diet just went down the drain."

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