LeAnn Rimes Schedule
LeAnn Rimes launched her career during her formative teen years - at the age of 14 with "Blue."
These days, Rimes has over 40 hit singles and has sold nearly 40 million albums worldwide. Among her many accomplishments,
Rimes has placed at No. 184 on the Billboard 200 Artists, claimed the 1997 Horizon Award and the 1997 Best New Artist Grammy
Often likened to the legendary country crooner Patsy Cline, Rimes credits a wide range of inspirations for her
music. She has cited artists like Reba McEntire, Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand and Wynonna Judd as key influences along with,
of course, Patsy Cline. She also possesses a vocal range that spans just a pinch more than three octaves.
out on your chance to experience LeAnn Rimes for yourself. Rimes is known to play top-drawer venues like the Seminole Hard
Rock Hotel and Casino in Tampa, Florida; L'auberge Casino and Hotel in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; North Charleston Performing
Arts Center in Charleston, South Carolina; Snoqualmie Casino in Snoqualmie, Washington; PNE Amphitheatre in Vancouver, British
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LeAnn Rimes Background
Born in Jackson, Mississippi, Margaret LeAnn Rimes grew up in Dallas. At the
tender age of 5, Rimes started performing at local variety shows. It didn't take long for Rimes to build a solid reputation
and spark some buzz around her commanding performances. She managed to capture the heart of Ed McMahon, host of once-popular
national TV show, Star Search. She also made several appearances on Johnnie High's Country Music Revue in Arlington, Texas.
By the time she was nine, she crisscrossed the country with her father and sang a cappella versions of "The Star Spangled
Banner" for Cowboys football games. She soon drew the attention of Bill Mack, area DJ and record promoter. When she was just
11, she cut her debut album, All That (1994). Two years later, Mack guided her to ink a deal with Curb Records. She cut the
album, Blue, which turned out to be a chart-topper for Rimes. It scored the No. 3 slot on the pop charts and sold more than
123,000 copies within its initial week of dropping. The title track off the album, "Blue," claimed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard
country charts. It also garnered her a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. In 1996, Rimes additionally took
home the Best New Artist Grammy - an accomplishment never before captured by a country artist.
Blue was followed by
You Light Up My Life and Unchained Melody (1997). "How Do I Live" earned a Grammy nod off of the You Light Up My Life album,
which netted a place in music history for scoring the No. 1 slot on the country, contemporary Christian and pop Billboard
charts at the same time. Also that year, Rimes was the leading lady in the Holiday in Your Heart TV movie. In 1998, she released
Sittin' on Top of the World, an LP, which generated the tracks "Looking Through Your Eyes" and "Commitment." In 1999, Rimes
released her eponymous album, which included her takes on the classics of country like "Cryin' Time" (Buck Owens) and "Crazy
(Willie Nelson). Another high point of 1999 was when she put on a special performance for Pope John Paul II for Thanksgiving
Rimes continued to act as well. She took a part in Coyote Ugly (2000) while also contributing tunes to the flick's
soundtrack: "Please Remember," "But I Do Love You," "The Right Kind of Wrong" and "Can't Fight the Moonlight." And, she was
also cast as Connie Francis for the American Dreams TV drama.
Rimes churned out several other albums, including: I Need
You (2001); Twisted Angel (2002); What a Wonderful World (2004); This Woman (2005); Whatever We Wanna (2006); Family (2007);
Lady & Gentlemen (2011); and Spitfire (2013).
Her latest album, Spitfire, netted the No. 36 slot on the Billboard
200 chart. These days, Rimes is still touring the country and most recently, performed the national anthem at the Indy 500
in May 2014.
LeAnn Rimes Albums
Country pop music sensation LeAnn Rimes has cut nearly a dozen albums
to date and has landed over 30 tracks on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart since launching her career over two decades
ago. To date, Rimes has sold more than 37 million albums globally.
LeAnn Rimes Trivia
Did you know that
LeAnn Rimes' Light Up My Life album was the first to premiere at No. 1 on the country, contemporary Christian and pop Billboard
charts all at the same time? Yep, it's true!
LeAnn Rimes Concert Experience
Her voice is bold and unmistakable,
which has taken LeAnn Rimes far in her career. From her simple country roots to big-name fame, Rimes is one country girl who
has lived out her dream and has achieved her goals.
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Make sure you get your tickets now to see this Texas
native belt out some of her most iconic tunes. She has some upcoming dates set that you should check out right now! Her tickets
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