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With 11 studio albums, two GRAMMYs, three ACM Awards, a CMA (and, at age 13, the youngest person to ever be nominated for one), LeAnn Rimes is an accomplished country music veteran — a legend. You know what the crazy part about all of it is? She’s only 34 years old.
Rimes rose to stardom in 1997 with her recording of Bill Mack’s “Blue.” Her vocal prowess caught the attention of radio stations like wildfire. Her incredible belting abilities, accompanied by her signature yodel-like vocal placement shifts, is unlike any other.
In her career spanning over 20 years, Rimes has had numerous hits including “How Do I Live,” “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” and “I Need You” — one of my all time favorite radio plays at the time of its release. As she prepares to unveil her 11th album, Remnants, on February 3rd, Rimes will be gracing the El Rey Theatre stage on January 27th before heading off on her U.K. Remnants tour.
You can always buy tickets, but do you want a chance to see the country queen in action? You can enter to win tickets to her El Rey show up to six times by doing any/all of the following:
1) Leave a comment below this post. Easy!
4) FOLLOW LA Music Blog on Twitter, then send us a tweet using the hashtag #LAmbLeAnnRimes.
For more information, or for you eager readers who want to ensure your attendance by purchasing a ticket instead, please visit Rimes’ website.