LeAnn Rimes Net Worth

LeAnn Rimes is an American  singer-songwriter, actress and a highly-acclaimed Country Music star. LeAnn Rimes Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $10 Million. Explore more about LeAnn Rimes‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her yearly income 1 million and monthly income 100,000.

LeAnn Rimes Full name Margaret LeAnn Rimes. Her nick Name was LeAnn Rimes. LeAnn Rimes now 40 Years old .

LeAnn Rimes Father Wilber  Rimes and Her Mother Belinda Butler.

LeAnn Rimes Spouse  was  Eddie Cibrian . She has one kids.

She was born in 28 August 1982  in Jackson, Mississipi, United states of america.

LeAnn Rimes complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of LeAnn Rimes’s Career

The person who is generally credited for bringing LeAnn Rimes into the mainstream is Bill Mack, a disc jockey. He composed the song “Blue” for her, and it was this hit that made her a star at the age of just 13. She recorded the song in 1994 and later got her first record deal with Curb in 1996. Curb had Rimes re-record “Blue” for her debut studio album, but they accidentally released the same version that she had recorded as an 11-year-old. Nevertheless, the single peaked at number ten on the charts, and her debut album, Blue, also topped the Country charts. Other hit singles from her debut album include “One Way Ticket” and “The Cattle Call.” In recognition of her accomplishment, LeAnn Rimes was compared to Patsy Cline by critics and given a Grammy award at the age of just 14.

In 1997, LeAnn Rimes released a compilation album called Unchained Melody: The Early Years. This album showed off Rimes’ impressive range with previously unreleased tracks, and it included pop songs in addition to Country tracks that she was known for at the time. She followed this up with You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs later in 1997, and this album also showed Rimes’ ability to shine in a more mainstream format. The album later went four times platinum.

Rimes’ third studio album came in 1998 with Sittin’ On Top Of The World. The album received mixed reviews, but it still went platinum. Once again, Rimes leaned more towards mainstream pop music rather than her Country roots. LeAnn Rimes then did a complete 180 with her next album in 1999, which was simply entitled, LeAnn Rimes. The album featured covers of country classics, the majority of which were Patsy Cline hits. Critics who had previously been critical of Rimes’ more mainstream albums praised the fact that she had returned to her roots. The album went platinum once again.