Since country/pop sensation Shania Twain made her appearance on the CMA Awards telecast, Mercury records and the performing rights organization BMI threw the songstress a huge Music Row party to celebrate her quintuple-platinum-selling album Come On Over. Twain was also presented two BMI Million-Air awards commemorating 1-million-plus air plays for both her "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under" and "If You're Not In It For Love (I'm Outta Here)." In making the official presentation on the roof top party pad of BMI's Music Row offices, BMI CEO Frances Preston told the crowd, "It's every woman's nightmare to have to stand onstage with this. Feel for me, please." The following evening, Twain performed her first ever Nashville concert at the Arena. Concert-goers have since expressed mixed emotions regarding Twain's live performance in during her first tour. Facts and figures, however, express phenomenal album sales from the music diva.