LeAnn Rimes is an internationally acclaimed singer and ASCAP award-winning songwriter. Globally, she has sold more than 44 million units, won two Grammy® Awards, 12 Billboard Music Awards, two World Music Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, one Country Music Association Award and one Dove Award. At 14, Rimes won “Best New Artist” making her the youngest recipient of a Grammy® Award.
LeAnn recently inked a worldwide deal with RCA UK who just released her 16th studio album, Remnants. The album dropped on February 3, 2017 in the U.S. and debuted at No. 4 on Billboard’s Independent Album Chart and peaked at No. 3 on iTunes® overall charts in its first week! The first single to release in the United States, “Long Live Love” is has peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance Chart.
Rimes had her first national hit at age 13 with the 1996 release of Blue, which remained at the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s country albums chart for more than three months; 2016 marked the 20th anniversary of that album. Out of the 42 singles she has released throughout her expansive career, LeAnn’s song “How Do I Live,” ranks #4 on Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time: Hot 100 Songs” and it holds the record for being the second longest charting song ever on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
15 of LeAnn’s multi-genre singles are top-10 hits, including “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” which went #1 in 11 countries. She had a hand in penning every song on her 2007 release Family, which received two Grammy® nominations. Her last album with Curb Records, Spitfire, was released in June 2013 and was immediately a critic’s darling, debuting at #9 on Billboard’s Top Country Album chart and #4 on iTunes. An album of greatest hits dance remixes, Dance Like You Don’t Give A … Greatest Hits Remixes, released the summer of 2014 and went to #1 on the iTunes Dance chart. In 2015, LeAnn released her third Christmas album titled, Today is Christmas, which is a follow up to her 2014 album, One Christmas.
LeAnn has long supported a variety of charity organizations including the National Psoriasis Foundation, DAV (Disabled American Veterans), The Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes, Stand Up For Kids as well as The Trevor Project. She most recently began her work with the Friend Movement, an anti-bullying organization and will be honored this spring with the “Ally of Equality” Award by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) celebrating her 20 years supporting the LGBTQ community.