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BIRTHDAY: August 28, 1982
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BIGGEST SINGLE: "How Do I Live" (1997)
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BIGGEST LP: Blue (1996)
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GRAMMY AWARDS: 2

 
TIMELINE

LeAnn Rimesbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn Rimes was born August 28, 1982 in Mississippi and raised in Texas. At the tender age of 13, LeAnn started her journey toward country sensation and had her vocals being compared to the likes of Patsy Cline. Within a year of conquering the country music scene, LeAnn was able to crossover to pop radio and in 1997 was named Billboard magazine's biggest selling artists (of singles and LPs). LeAnn's childhood was filled with singing and entering talent contests. LeAnn was singing by the time she was 2 years old and has said, "...my dad has tapes of me doing "You Are My Sunshine," "Getting To Know You" and "Have Mercy" by the Judds." She also won twice on the show Star Search when she was 8. LeAnn has also turned her singing talent into a few acting and stage performances. When LeAnn was 6 and her family first moved to Texas, she auditioned and almost got the lead role in Annie II on Broadway. A year later she was making her stage debut in a Dallas production of A Christmas Carol, playing Tiny Tim.

1993...

button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn's talent and desire for show business led the family to Texas and eventually led to an independent LP (when LeAnn was 11). Under the guidance of Bill Mack, a record promoter and DJ from Dallas, LeAnn performed throughout 1995 on television and concerts, and became a local favorite in the Dallas area.

1996... # 193 Singles Artist of the Year

button.gif (123 bytes) Mack had LeAnn record a version of his song "Blue" (which he claims was originally written for Patsy Cline before she died) and the song became a hit on country radio.

June
LeAnn Rimes - Bluebutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn's debut LP, Blue, was released and became a multi-million selling country and pop LP. Critics hailed the LP as unbelievably bold for such as young vocalist. Entertainment Weekly said of the LP: "...ironically, such raw, old-fashioned country music, with such a big, twangy, sexy voice at the center, wouldn't be making such a stir in bland 90s Nashville if LeAnn weren't 13... the hype machine has inadvertently coughed up a gem." The LP also contained a duet with Eddy Arnold and went on to sell over 8 million copies in the U.S.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Hot Country Singles Sales chart for 20 weeks with "
Blue."

June
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "Blue."
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Blue topped the Billboard Country Albums chart for 27 weeks into 1997.

button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn became the youngest artist to ever be nominated for a Country Music Award (she was nominated for 2 of the awards, but won neither that year).

December
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Country Singles chart for 2 weeks with "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)."

1997... # 30 Singles Artist of the Year

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn won an American Music Award for Favorite New Country Artist.
button.gif (123 bytes) Blue was certified 3x platinum.

February
LeAnn Rimes - Early Years: Unchained Melodybutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn won 2 Grammy Awards for Best New Artist and Best Country Vocal Performance - Female ("Blue").
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released Unchained Melody - The Early Years - a collection of songs recorded before Blue. Tracks include a version of the Beatles' "Yesterday" and Dolly Parton's classic "I Will Always Love You."

March
button.gif (123 bytes) Unchained Melody - The Early Years topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart for a week and the Billboard Country Albums chart for 10 weeks.

June
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "How Do I Live."

August
button.gif (123 bytes) The single "How Do I Live" was certified platinum. "How Do I Live" began a long streak of 32 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country Singles Sales chart (the run lasted in 1998).

LeAnn Rimes - You Light Up My Life - Inspirational SongsSeptember
button.gif (123 bytes) "How Do I Live" topped the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart for 11 weeks.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs and had her second #1 LP on the Pop LP charts (3rd on the Country LP charts).
button.gif (123 bytes) You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart for 3 weeks and the Billboard Country Album charts for 9 weeks. The LP contained LeAnn's first Top 10 pop hit, "How Do I Live" (a version of the song used for the summer hit movie, Con Air), as well as the remake of "You Light Up My Life" which was certified gold during the month.

October
button.gif (123 bytes) You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs was certified 2x platinum.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "You Light Up My Life" while "How Do I Live" hit the Top 10.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) Blue was certified 5x platinum, The Early Years: Unchained Melody was certified 2x platinum, and the single "How Do I Live" was certified 2x platinum.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) SoundScan proclaimed LeAnn's You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs the tenth best-selling LP of 1997 - selling over 2.9 million copies in the U.S.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn starred also in a holiday television movie.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn also ended the year with numerous wins at the Billboard Music Awards taking home honors for Artist of the Year, Country Artist of the Year, and Country Album of the Year for Blue.
button.gif (123 bytes) At the Country Music Awards LeAnn won the Horizon Award.
button.gif (123 bytes) You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs was certified 3x platinum.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart for 2 weeks with "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)."
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Rolling Stone named LeAnn the Best Country Artist of the Year.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top Pop Artist (singles & albums), Top Pop Artist - Female (singles & albums), Top Billboard 200 Album Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album Artist - Female, Top Country Artist (singles & albums), Top Country Artists - Female (singles & albums), Top Country Album (Blue), Top Country Album Artist, Top Country Album Artist - Female, Top Country Singles Sales ("How Do I Live"), and Top Country Singles Sales Artist.

1998... # 133 Singles Artist of the Year

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for 2 American Music Awards for Favorite Female Artist Country and Favorite Album Country.
button.gif (123 bytes) You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs was certified 4x platinum.

February
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance - Female for "How Do I Live" (but lost to Trisha Yearwood for the same song).
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Maxi-Singles Sales chart with "How Do I Live" for a week.

March
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn's single "How Do I Live" became the biggest selling country single when it was certified 3x platinum.

May
LeAnn Rimes - Sittin' On Top Of The Worldbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn's next LP, Sittin' On Top Of The World, was released and she hit the charts with "Looking Through Your Eyes."
button.gif (123 bytes) At the World Music Awards held in Monte Carlo, LeAnn was awarded World's Best-Selling Country Artist and Best-Selling American Artist/Group.
button.gif (123 bytes) The single "Looking Through Your Eyes" hit the Top 40 and was certified gold.

June
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn cancelled a performance in Colorado and found herself in a hospital complaining of "weakness." LeAnn was in the emergency for an hour before being released. The reason was later said to be a low-grade viral infection which hampered the singer after performing in extreme heat the day before.

June
LeAnn Rimesbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn told Entertainment Weekly that movies may be her next big adventure: "We've been talking about bringing back A Star Is Born. Something along the lines of a love story that involved my music. A film with an edge."
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn aired her feelings about losing a Grammy to Trisha Yearwood for the same song, "How Do I Live," - "I wasn't a happy person... I felt betrayed. Not by fans but by people in the business... it's disheartening to see what the fans like and (have) politics take it from me."
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn told Country Weekly: "When I become 20, hopefully, it won't be the teen thing anymore. Then they'll probably call me a young adult singing sensation. They'll come up with something. They always do."
button.gif (123 bytes) Sittin' On Top Of The World was certified platinum.

August
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was forced to cancel 3 concerts due to a respiratory infection.

September
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn set a record on the Billboard pop charts by having the longest running single for "How Do I Live" (70 weeks on the Hot 100 as of October) and most weeks in the Top 10 (32 weeks).

November
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn talked with Country Weekly about making plans for the new year including a country classics LP and a pop LP: "I've had so many people ask me to do an album of country's more traditional songs... and I've wanted to do one because I love traditional country music...I've always blended country and pop songs on the same album, but now I think it's time to split up the music and go 2 ways... I love country music and I will never turn my back on country music or Nashville... but I also enjoy singing other styles of music."

December
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top Country Artist - Female (singles & albums), Top Country Singles Sales Artist, Top Contemporary Christian Artist, and with the Top Contemporary Christian Album (You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs).

1999... # 94 Singles Artist of the Year

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Country Female Artist.

March
Elton John And Tim Rice's Aidabutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard on the Top 40 duet with Elton John, "Written In The Stars" from the Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida compilation.
button.gif (123 bytes) Blue was certified 6x platinum.

April
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be seen on VH1 as part of VH1 Divas Live '99.
button.gif (123 bytes) The single "Written In The Stars" was certified gold.

October
LeAnn Rimes - LeAnn Rimes LPbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn's next LP, LeAnn Rimes, was released.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "Big Deal."
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn Rimes topped the Billboard Country Albums chart for 2 weeks.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn Rimes was certified gold.

2000... # 76 Singles Artist of the Year

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn Rimes was certified platinum.

button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 10 Country charts with "I Need You" from the TV movie, Jesus.

May
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn filed a lawsuit against her father and former manager for over $7 million. Her attorney stated: "It would appear that her father didn't always act in a fatherly way to her."

June
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn had to cancel her summer concert tour due to a strained vocal cord after her doctor order 60-90 days of vocal rest.

August
Coyote Ugly soundtrackbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be seen briefly in the film Coyote Ugly and also could be heard on 4 songs in the film ("Right Kind Of Wrong," "But I Do Love You," "Can't Fight The Moonlight," and Diane Warren's "Please Remember"), including the singing voice of one of the lead characters. The recordings were made during mid-summer when LeAnn was advised by her doctors to rest her vocal chords.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn filed a lawsuit to end her contract with Curb Records and end a deal established by her parents when she was 12.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit #1 in the UK for a week with "Can't Fight The Moonlight."

2001... # 168 Singles Artist of the Year

January
LeAnn Rimes - I Need Youbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released I Need You with the track "Can't Fight The Moonlight."

February
button.gif (123 bytes) I Need You topped the Billboard Country Albums chart for a week.

April
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn won a Blockbuster Entertainment Awards for Favorite Song from A Movie ("Can't Fight The Moonlight").

May
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards (on CBS).
button.gif (123 bytes) I Need You was certified gold.

September
button.gif (123 bytes) The single "Can't Fight The Moonlight" was certified gold.

October
LeAnn Rimes - God Bless Americabutton.gif (123 bytes) God Bless America was released.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "Can't Fight The Moonlight."
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn got engaged.
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped
Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top Country Singles Sales Artist and with the Top Country Single Sales ("But I Do Love You / Can't Fight The Moonlight").

2002... # 26 Singles Artist of the Year

January
LeAnn Rimes - "Can't Fight The Moonlight" (Single)button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist.

February
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 10 with "Can't Fight The Moonlight."
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn got married to dancer Dean Sheremet.

September
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "
Life Goes On."

October
LeAnn Rimes - Twisted Angelbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released her next LP, Twisted Angel. LeAnn executive produced the LP.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) Twisted Angel was certified gold.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the
Billboard Year-End Charts with the Top Country Single Sales ("Can't Fight The Moonlight").

2003... # 65 Singles Artist of the Year

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 with "Tic Toc."

March
Legally Blonde 2 soundtrackbutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn appeared on the NBC TV series American Dreams performing as Connie Francis.

June
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard on the
Legally Blonde 2 soundtrack with the track "We Can."
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn performed with the Boston Pops at the annual 4th of July fireworks display and concert in Boston.

August
LeAnn Rimes - LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued) button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn's first children's book, Jag, was published.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued).

2004...

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued) was certified gold.

October
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released the holiday LP What A Wonderful World.

LeAnn Rimes - This Womanbutton.gif (123 bytes) # 192 on the Top Pop Artists of the Past 25 Years chart.

2005...

January
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released This Woman.

September
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard on the soundtrack for
Desperate Housewives with "Running Out Of Time."
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This Woman was certified gold.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Country Female Artist.

2006..

October
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard on the tribute compilation She Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool: A Tribute To Barbara Mandrell with "If Loving You Is Wrong, I Don't Want To Be Right."

2007..

February
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance - Female ("Something's Gotta Give").

March
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued) was certified platinum.

June
LeAnn Rimes - Familybutton.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard on Bon Jovi's LP Lost Highway on the track "Stranger."

September
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard on the
Reba McEntire LP Reba Duets with "When You Love Someone Like That."

October
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released Family.

2008..

February
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance - Female ("Nothin' Better To Do").

September
Artists Stand Up For Cancer - "Just Stand Up" (Single)button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn hit the Top 40 as part of Artists Stand Up For Cancer with the charity single "Just Stand Up!"

October
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn could be heard dueting with Elvis Presley on Elvis Presley Christmas Duets on the track "Here Comes Santa Claus."

2009..

February
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance - Female ("What I Cannot Change").
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for a week with "What I Cannot Change."

2011...

February
LeAnn Rimes - 'Lady & Gentlemen'button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance - Female ("Swingin'").

September
button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn released
Lady & Gentlemen.

2013...

LeAnn Rimes - 'Spitfire'button.gif (123 bytes) LeAnn will release Spitfire sometime this year.







LPs
LeAnn Rimes - Blue
iTunes / Amazon.mp3
Blue
Released: July, 1996
US: 8x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 3
Tracks: "Blue" - "Hurt Me" - "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)" - "My Baby" - "Honestly" - "The Light In Your Eyes" - "Talk To Me" - "I'll Get Even With You" - "Cattle Call" - "Good Lookin' Man" - "Fade To Blue"
LeAnn Rimes - Early Years: Unchained Melody Unchained Melody - The Early Years
Released: February, 1997
US: 2x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 1 (for 1 week)
Tracks: "Cowboy's Sweetheart" - "I Will Always Love You" - "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" - "River Of Love" - "The Rest Is History" - "Broken Wing" - "Yesterday" - "Sure Thing" - "Share My Love" - "Unchained Melody"
LeAnn Rimes - You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs
Released: September, 1997
US: 4x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 1 (for 3 weeks)
Tracks: "You Light Up My Life" - "The Rose" - "Bridge Over Trouble Water" - "I Believe" - "Ten Thousand Angels Cried" - "Clinging To A Saving Hand" - "On The Side Of Angels" - "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow" - "God Bless America" - "How Do I Live" (Extended Mix) - "Amazing Grace" - "National Anthem"
LeAnn Rimes - Sittin' On Top Of The World Sittin' On Top Of The World
Released: May, 1998
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 3
Rolling Stone review: 3 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Commitment" - "Looking Through Your Eyes" - "Undeniable" - "Feels Like Home" - "Surrender" - "These Arms Of Mine" - "Nothin' New Under The Moon" - "When Am I Gonna Get Over You" - "Rock Me" - "More Than Anyone Deserves" - "Insensitive" - "All The Lovin' & Hurtin'" - "Sittin' On Top Of The World" - "The Heart Never Forgets" - "Purple Rain"
LeAnn Rimes - LeAnn Rimes LP LeAnn Rimes
Released: October, 1999
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 8
Tracks: "Crazy" - "Don't Worry" - "Leavin' On Your Mind" - "Faded Love" - "Born To Lose" - "Cryin' Time" - "She's Got You" - "I Fall To Pieces" - "Your Cheatin' Heart" - "Lovesick Blues" - "Me And Bobby McGee" - "Big Deal"
LeAnn Rimes - I Need You I Need You
Released: January, 2001
US: Gold
Billboard peak: # 10
Rolling Stone review: 2 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Light The Fire Within" - "I Need You" - "But I Do Love You" - "You Are" - "Soon" - "Can't Fight The Moonlight" - "Love Must Be Telling Me Something" - "Written In The Stars" - "One Of These Days" - "I Believe In You" - "Together, Forever, Always" - "Can't Fight The Moonlight" (Graham Stack Radio Edit) - "But I Do Love You" (Almighty Radio Edit) - "Soon" (Graham Stack Radio Edit) - "I Need You" (Graham Stack Radio Edit)
LeAnn Rimes - God Bless America God Bless America
Released: October, 2001
Billboard peak: # 159
Tracks: "God Bless America" - "National Anthem" - "The Lord's Prayer" - "The Sands Of Time" - "Why Can't We" - "Put A Little Holiday In Your Heart" - "Middle Man" - "I Believe" - "A Broken Wing" - "Amazing Grace"
LeAnn Rimes - Twisted Angel Twisted Angel
Released: October, 2002
US: Gold
Billboard peak: # 12
Tracks: "Life Goes On" - "Wound Up" - "The Safest Place" - "Trouble With Goodbye" - "Damn" - "Suddenly" - "Tic Toc" - "Sign Of Life" - "Review My Kisses" - "No Way Out" - "Love Is An Army" - "You Made Me Find Myself" - "Twisted Angel"
LeAnn Rimes - LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued) LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued)
Released: November, 2003
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 24
Tracks: "Blue" - "How Do I Live" - "Can't Fight The Moonlight" - "One Way Ticket" - "Commitment" - "I Need You" - "Written In The Stars" (with Elton John) - "Unchained Melody" - "The Light In Your Eyes" - "On The Side Of Angels" - "You Light Up My Life" - "Nothin' New Under The Moon" - "Big Deal" - "Life Goes On" - "We Can" - "Last Thing On My Mind" - "This Love" - "Crazy" - "O Holy Night"
LeAnn Rimes - What A Wonderful World What A Wonderful World
Released: October, 2004
Billboard peak: # 81
Tracks: "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" - "Different Kind Of Christmas" - "White Christmas" - "All I Want For Christmas" - "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - "Christmas Song" - "Just Love Me" - "Miss You Like Christmas" - "O Holy Night"
LeAnn Rimes - This Woman This Woman
Released: January, 2005
US: Gold
Billboard peak: # 3
Entertainment Weekly: B
Tracks: "I Want To With You" - "You Take Me Home" - "Something's Gotta Give" - "Won't Be Lonely Long" - "Nothin' Bout Love Makes Sense" - "Probably Wouldn't Be This Way" - "The Weight Of Love" - "With You" - "I Got It Bad" - "I Dare You" - "When This Woman Loves A Man" - "Some People"
LeAnn Rimes - Family
Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
Family
Released: October, 2007
Billboard peak: # 4
Rolling Stone: 3 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone - - Entertainment Weekly: B
Tracks: "Family" - "Nothin' Better To Do" - "Fight" - "Good Friend And A Glass Of Wine" - "Something I Can Feel" - "I Want You With Me" - "Doesn't Everybody" - "Nothing Wrong" - "Pretty Things" - "Upper Hand" - "One Day Too Long" - "What I Cannot Change" - "Till We Aren't Strangers Anymore" (with Bon Jovi) - "When You Love Someone Like That" (with Reba McEntire)
LeAnn Rimes - 'Lady & Gentlemen'
Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
Lady & Gentlemen
Released: September, 2011
Tracks: "Swingin'" - "Wasted Days And Wasted Nights" - "The Only Mama That'll Walk The Line" - "I Can't Be Myself" - "16 Tons" - "Help Me Make It Through The Night" - "Rose Colored Glasses" - "A Good Hearted Woman" - "When I Call Your Name" - "He Stopped Loving Her Today" - "Blue" - "The Bottle Let Me Down" - "Crazy Woman" - "Give"
LINKS
POP SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY [based on The ARC Weekly Top 40 (listing explanation)
1 How Do I Live
You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs
2 18 1997 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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Available for download at iTunes
2 LeAnn Rimes - "Can't Fight The Moonlight" (Single)Can't Fight The Moonlight
I Need You
3 16 2002 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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Available for download at iTunes
3 Written In The Stars
[shown as Elton John & LeAnn Rimes]

I Need You and Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida
17 7 1999 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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4 Big Deal
LeAnn Rimes
21 8 2000 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
5 Life Goes On
Twisted Angel
16 8 2002 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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6 Tic Toc
Twisted Angel
24 6 2003 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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7 Looking Through Your Eyes
Sittin' On Top Of The World
26 5 1998 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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8 You Light Up My Life
You Light Up My Life - Inspirational Songs
32 2 1997 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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9 Blue
Blue
36 2 1996 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  I Need You
I Need You
** ** 2000 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Suddenly
Twisted Angel
** ** 2003 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  We Can
Legally Blonde 2 soundtrack
** ** 2003 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  This Love
LeAnn Rimes Greatest Hits (To Be Continued)
** ** 2004 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Nothing 'Bout Love Makes Sense
This Woman
** ** 2005 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Something's Gotta Give
This Woman
** ** 2005 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Probably Wouldn't Be This Way
This Woman
** ** 2006 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Some People
This Woman
** ** 2006 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Nothin' Better To Do
Family
** ** 2007 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Till We Ain't Strangers Anymore
[Bon Jovi & LeAnn Rimes]
Family
** ** 2007 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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Available for download at iTunes
  What I Cannot Change
Family
** ** 2007 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
 
Note: Song title and position links lead you to the song's Top 40 chart run (from the ARC Weekly Top 40) and LP links take you to Amazon.com's page for that LP (often including track listings and sound samples).
 
 

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