Two decades since she became the youngest Grammy Award winner in history, LeAnn Rimes continues to inspire audiences with her heartfelt vocals. The country pop darling’s rise to fame began at age thirteen with the Top 10 hit “Blue,” the song that made her the first country music singer to win the Best New Artist Grammy. A string of country chart-toppers followed, including “One Way Ticket (Because I Can),” “The Light in Your Eyes,” and a soulful rendition of “Unchained Melody.” Beyond the country charts, Rimes is well-known for her widespread crossover success. Her wildly popular version of “How Do I Live” is the second-longest charting song ever on the Billboard’s Hot 100, and her pop hit “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” from the popular movie Coyote Ugly peaked at #1 around the world.
This heartwarming holiday concert features selections from Rimes’ new Christmas album, including “Carol of the Bells,” “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas,” “What a Wonderful World,” and more.
With Ellee Duke
Artist, songwriter, and guitar phenom, Ellee Duke brings a wealth of talent beyond her young 19 years. Through her own unique lens, Ellee sets her stories about love and life to hit-laden melodies reminiscent of the likes of John Mayer, Colbie Callait, and Taylor Swift. After making trips from her home state of Utah to Music City as a high school student, she was offered a Songwriting/Artist development deal with Big Machine Music, publishing branch of Big Machine Label Group in Nashville, TN. She is currently writing for her debut album.