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About LeAnn Rimes

She'd been wowing audiences with her uncannily adult voice for years, but in 1996, thirteen-year-old LeAnn Rimes turned the country world upside down with her Patsy Cline-soundalike "Blue."

The young star, managed by her dad, was showered with accolades, including the Best New Artist Grammy. But as Nashville labels rushed to sign their own teen stars, Rimes was already moving in a pop direction. Her next three studio CDs were odd mixtures of new country, country classics and pop/rock covers, and she scored a string of pop hits from movie and TV soundtracks, including the massive "How Do I Live."

HOMETOWN
Jackson, MS
GENRE
Country
BORN
Aug 28, 1982

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