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American country music singer Margaret LeAnn Rimes was born on August 28, 1982 in Jackson, Mississippi. At the age of 13, Rimes emerged with the single "Blue" and by 24; she had sold over 37 million albums. She has won an American Music Award, two Grammy Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, and twelve Billboard Music Awards. Rimes also holds three important records in the music industry, as the current youngest person to win a Grammy and her version of "How Do I Live" is currently the longest charting song on the U.S. Hot 100 at 69 weeks. This was the first multi-platinum country single, selling over 3 million copies.
In 1996, LeAnn Rimes appeared on the music scene with her single, "Blue," with success that spread like forest fire. It wasn't just the fact that her rich, influential vocals were extraordinarily comparable to Patsy Cline -- it was the fact that Rimes was only 13 years old. Like Tanya Tucker and Brenda Lee, she had a hit with her debut single and was barely a teenager at the time. Born in Jackson, MS, but raised in Garland, TX, Rimes began singing as a child, performing at local talent contests. At 11, she released her first album on an independent record label called Nor Va Jak. That same year, Bill Mack, a Dallas DJ and record promoter, met Rimes. Appreciating her talents, he took her under his wing and began cultivating a plan to break her into the mainstream. The keystone of Mack's plan was a song called "Blue," which he had written in the '60s. Mack claimed that he had written the tune for Cline, but she had died before she was able to record the song.
Throughout 1995, Rimes' career continued to gain pace, as she performed more than 100 concerts and appeared on television shows across Texas. After Mack arranged a record contract for Rimes with Curb Records, the label sent out a release with the single of "Blue" that claimed the DJ had been waiting over 30 years to find the right vocalist to sing "Blue." The story was an embellishment: "Blue" had been recorded by three different artists, including Bill Mack and Kenny Roberts, who both released versions on Starday in the '60s, and in 1993, Kathryn Pitt released the record as a single in her native Australia. However, the story added to the growing myth that Rimes was the successor to Cline's tradition. "Blue" and its accompanying album of the same name became major hits in the summer of 1996.
Blue reached at no#3 on the pop charts, selling over 123,000 copies within its first week of release -- the largest figure to date in the history of the SoundScan tracking system. Rimes was nominated for the Country Music Association Horizon award and the CMA Best Country Singer, becoming the youngest singer in the history of the CMA awards to receive a nomination; she won neither award. After two quickie 1997 releases -- Unchained Melody: The Early Years and You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs -- she issued her second proper LP, Sittin' on Top of the World, in 1998. Her self-titled third album followed a year later and I Need You appeared in early 2001. The next year, Rimes emerged with a sexy panache for the pop-oriented Twisted Angel, but returned to contemporary country in 2005 with This Woman.
On February 23, 2002, Rimes got married Dean Sheremet, a dancer whom she met while recording Twisted Angel. They currently live in Nashville, Tennessee.
Rimes was chosen to sing the theme song "Light the Fire Within" for the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
In 2005, Rimes became the new host of the USA Network reality tv series Nashville Star, a position which she held for only one season.
She was selected to sing "Remember When," the official song for Disneyland's 50th anniversary celebration.Also, Rimes sang the theme song, "Twinkle in Her Eye," for the cartoon Holly Hobbie in 2006.
At an age when most teenage girls in America are trying to decide which accessory goes best with their shade of lip-gloss or figuring out what dress to wear at Junior Prom, LeAnn Rimes was celebrating the chart-topping and Grammy-winning success of her debut country music song. Since then, there has been no turning back for this pixie-faced cutie who has crooned her way to one accolade after another.
Born in 1982, Margaret Leann Rimes started to tune her vocal chords at age two and was belting away three years later at various talent shows. After becoming a champion on the television show Star Search at age 8, LeAnn started touring nationally with her father and signed on to the independent label Nor Va Jak 3 years later. However, it was her soulful rendition of "Blue", that brought Rimes her major breakthrough.
Leann Rimes' debut album Blue released in 1996 peaked at the first and third spots on Billboard's Country and 200 album charts respectively. However, she had her cake and ate it too before her fifteenth birthday when she picked up two back-to-back Grammy Awards for 'Best New Artist' and 'Best Female Country Vocal Performance' for "Blue".
Her recording breaking "How do I Live" stayed on the Billboard 200 for 69 weeks and has been listed at number 4 Billboard's All Time Top 100. The rest of Leann Rimes' 8 albums have all peaked in the top 3 in the country music charts.
LeAnn Rimes is a sensational country and pop music superstar, a singer who is both famous and popular for her music. This music superstar is also widely regarded as the Youngest Country Music Superstar at the age of thirteen, as of Tanya Tucker achieving the same way back in 1972. In fact, LeAnn Rime rise to musical stardom started when she way younger than thirteen, at eight years old. At this age, she had appeared on Star Search, an Ed McMahon program, and become a famous champion due to her amazing voice. From then onwards, this awesome artist rose even further; her first hit single was the song, Blue, which became a hit American sensation and received a lot of airplay. In 1992, LeAnn Rimes came out with her first album, Blue, an album that ranked number one of the Top Country Albums chart in the US.
Aside from bagging the top spot on the charts, LeAnn Rimes's Blue also sold many millions in records and was soon multiplatinum certified by the RIAA. The first single from this album, Blue, was also a nationwide sensation and ranked in the top ten of the charts. This was followed soon after by You Light up My Life: Inspirational Songs released in 1997, an album that geared towards a more country pop sound and that would pave the way for many more albums, all of which made a mark in both the country music and the pop music worlds. In the course of her spectacular career, LeAnn Rimes has also been honored by many awards; two Grammy Awards, one Country Music Association Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, twelve Billboard Music Awards and one American Music Award. She has had forty of her hit singles rank in the charts and sold more than thirty seven million records; surely, a record that makes it necessary for you to watch her live through LeAnn Rimes Tickets.
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