|Posted by Administrator on June 9, 2013 at 4:55 PM||comments (0)|
Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter LeAnn Rimes’ new album, 'Spitfire', is now available. The physical CD is available only at Walmart and features an exclusive live track of “Borrowed”.
The album, which LeAnn refers to as an “intimate conversation between me and whoever’s listening”, is garnering great reviews.
“Spitfire... represents the boldest steps — in both music and lyrics — of her career.”
-The New York Times
"As fine and true as any country album released this year"....(4 out of 4 stars)
"Her new album Spitfire has an immediacy and a force that I haven't heard from her in years!!"
"A remarkably raw collection that pulls no punches ..In laying her emotions bare, Rimes has created her career's best work.”
– Journal Sentinel
"All the music on Spitfire resonates...capturing Rimes at her best as a pure country singer, a neo-rockabilly filly, a savvy crossover pop artist, and an understated troubadour"
- All Music Guide
“LeAnn delivers a fascinating look at her own hard lessons with one of the year’s most honest and revealing releases. Albums with the emotional punch of Spitfire don’t come around often.”
“Rimes displays a newfound subtlety in her strong voice on several songs. She effectively uses phrasing and shifts in tone to express complex feelings that sound like they come from real experience”
– Associated Press
"3.5 out of 4 Stars" - US Magazine
Catch LeAnn on upcoming appearances on GMA, FOX News, EXTRA, The Wendy Williams Show, The View and The Talk.
For more information on LeAnn Rimes, visit www.leannrimesworld.com
|Posted by Administrator on February 17, 2013 at 7:30 PM||comments (0)|
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LeAnn Rimes is suing her dentist claiming he ruined her teeth and messed up her career. The lawsuit claims she went to Dr. Duane C. McKay for various dental work over 3 years, including veneers and crowns that were meant to treat her TMJ-related pain and improve her appearance. She claims that rather than helping, the dentist caused tremendous pain and bleeding. She says she's had to undergo 9 root canals and bone grafting, as well as a temporary bridge and physical therapy.
Rimes is seeking unspecified damages for physical, emotional and psychiatric injuries, and also wants money for loss of past and future earnings.