Don’t miss one of country music’s biggest stars live.
LeAnn Rimes began singing and dancing in local variety shows at age five. Through her powerful performances, Rimes quickly built a dedicated following in Texas.
In 1996 Rimes recorded the album Blue selling over 123,000 copies within its first week of release. She followed this success with two 1997 albums: Unchained Melody and You Light Up My Life which featured the timeless hit ‘How Do I Live’. Her 1999 self-titled album featured classic country standards such as Willie Nelson's “Crazy” and Buck Owens’ “Cryin' Time.”
LeAnn made her motion picture acting debut in the film Coyote Ugly (2000) and recorded four songs for the film's soundtrack including UK number 1 single ‘Can’t Fight The Moonlight’. She also played singer Connie Francis on the television drama American Dreams. Her latest album Spitfire was released earlier this year.
‘LeAnn Rimes stole this show on the pure emotion in her voice, one of the most powerful and affecting instruments in popular music.’ -Daily Mirror