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GRAMMY AWARD winning Margaret LeAnn Rimes
Cibrian is an American singer, songwriter and actress. She originally rose to
success as a country music artist at age 13 with 1996's "Blue". She has since
crossed over into pop, contemporary Christian, and other musical genres.
Rimes has placed more than 40 singles on international charts since
1996. In addition, she has sold more than 37 million records worldwide, with
20.8 million album sales in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScan.
BILLBOARD ranked her number 17 in terms of sales success in the 19902000
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was born in Jackson, Mississippi,
and before she was two, she was belting out songs like "You Are
My Sunshine" and "Getting To Know You." By age five,
she told her parents that she wanted to pursue a life in show business
and pursue she did.
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By age seven, LeAnn made her stage debut in a
Dallas musical production of "A Christmas Carol" and soon
after the preteen powerhouse was singing "The Star Spangled
Banner" at Dallas Cowboy games and opening for
Travis. By age 11, LeAnn recorded her first album, "All
That," which was released on a small, independent label. The
fateful LP featured an early version of what would become her
signature song, "Blue." In
1996, LeAnn Rimes recorded and released her remarkable major
label debut album, "Blue."
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In the following year, she released "You
Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs," which debuted simultaneously on
three Billboard Magazine charts (Pop, Country and Contemporary
Christian) a feat never before achieved by a Country artist. In early
1997 she subsequently released, "The Early Years: Unchained
Melody" a compilation of her compelling early work. 1997 also
garnered another massive hit for the young superstar with the release
of "How Do I Live" which set a record by remaining #1 on
Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 chart for 69 weeks.
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1997 was a year that was marked with more than
stratospheric record sales and exciting new creative ventures for the
young, rising star. It was punctuated with numerous prestigious awards
including an American Music Award, two GRAMMYS including Best New
Artist (marking the first time a Country artist ever captured that
honor), three Academy of Country Music Awards, a TNN Music City News
Award, a CMA Horizon Award, four Billboard Music Awards and the
prestigious international honor of the BBC's Rising Star award.
In 1999, LeAnn released a self-titled CD,
Rimes," which featured her unique interpretations of
11 Country standards including; "Crazy," "I Fall to
Pieces," "Leavin' On Your Mind," "Don't
Worry" and "Me & Bobby McGee" along with six
additional classics and the smash hit single, "Big Deal."
Another highlight of 1999 for Leann was performing
"Written in the Stars," a duet with
Elton John from his Aida
album, on the People's Choice Awards, The Tonight Show, Late Night
with David Letterman
and the Today Show. She also served as Good Morning America's
celebrity host for the American Music Awards in January.
In 2008, Rimes joined
Kenny Chesney on
his Poets and Pirates Tour, along with
Brooks & Dunn,
Big & Rich, and
Luke Bryan. Around the
same time, she collaborated with
Joss Stone for a CMT
Crossroads special aired in fall 2007.
In 2011, Rimes released her twelfth studio collection called Lady & Gentlemen.
Co-produced by Vince Gill,
the disc contained a set of classic country songs originally made successful by
male artists that Rimes re-recorded from a female perspective.
The album's cover of
John Anderson's "Swingin'" was nominated for a Grammy award
Rimes celebrated her 25th year in the music industry with a special CMT
Crossroads episode featuring
and Mickey Guyton
airing on April 14, 2022.
Rimes has credited performers of different musical styles as career influences,
Wynonna Judd, Judy
Streisand and Whitney Houston.
Her songs and albums have surpassed the
multi-platinum mark with a deftness that is usually reserved for
seasoned veterans and her voice has a youthful maturity to it that
lends a beauteous tone and melody to her work.
Awards include --
American Music Awards
||Favorite New Artist
TNN/Music City News
||Star of Tomorrow -- Female
||Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Academy of Country Music
||Song of the Year
Academy of Country Music
||Single of the Year
Academy of Country Music
||Top New Female Vocalist
||Best New Artist
Hit songs include --
- How Do I Live
- One Way Ticket (Because I Can)
- I Need You
- Something's Gotta Give
- Can't Fight the Moonlight
- Probably Wouldn't Be This Way
- Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
- Unchained Melody
- Looking Through Your Eyes
- On the Side of Angels
- Nothing 'Bout Love Makes Sense
- The Light in Your Eyes
- Big Deal
- Life Goes On
- And It Feels Like
- Nothin' Better To Do
- Some People
- Good Friend And A Glass Of Wine
- Crazy Women
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Genre: Rock 1
.Adult Contemporary. / AdultContemporary
.Contemporary Country. / ContemporaryCountry
.Pop. / xPop
.Contemporary Pop/Rock. / ContemporaryPopRock
x90s, x00s, x10s, x20s
Born: ..in Mississippi / born nMississippi
Born: ..in Jackson / born JacksonMS
Born: Aug 28, 1982
Raised: ..in Texas / nTexas
Raised: ..in Garland
Based: ..in US