LeAnn Rimes Performs An Acoustic Set At ‘The Rose’ -Plus Her New Single With Stevie Nicks ‘Borrowed Re-Imagined’

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LeAnn Rimes at ‘The Rose’ Photo By: Amber Bollard

As usual LeAnn Rimes blew us all away with her incredible voice at some of her recent performances in LA including The Rose in Pasadena and The Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach. As witnessed at The Rose, LeAnn did an incredible job, considering the lack of AC in the venue in the middle of Summer and performing on stage with just a guitarist. In between songs, LeAnn reflected on her years growing up in the south and her family life -as well as times where she went through heartache or personal challenges. Needless to say, LeAnn never fails the audience with her angelic vocals and songwriting skills.

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She performed some of her biggest hits including Blue (how could we ever forget her debut at 14)? Can’t Fight The Moonlight, I Need You, a haunting and spell binding version of How Do I Live and a medley of some of her favorite songs including a little Prince and Sheila E. LeAnn Rimes has proven what an incredible artist she is over the years, by always staying true to the art of music and getting up and singing without any gimmicks. Her pure singing in my books, is right up there as one of the best vocalists in the world. LeAnn also recently recorded a beautiful version of a song she wrote entitled Borrowed (Re-Imagined), alongside Stevie Nicks who happened to hear the song and it brought her to tears. Needless to say, it was inevitable that these two voices would team up for a seriously beautiful ballad. This is a must hear for fans of both artists.

Next up for LeAnn, she will have some upcoming Christmas shows, where fans can purchase tickets and special VIP packages.

A big Thank you to LeAnn Rimes, Darrell Brown and The Rose. To download Borrowed (Re-Imagined) go to:

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