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LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes

What a voice! LeAnn was captivating and enchanting as she performed at the Bridgewater hall last night.

Far from the 13 year old girl who burst onto the scene with the sensational ‘How do I live’, the now 31 year old singer demonstrated what it is to sing from the heart and soul. She gave a powerful insight into her world and the meaning behind the lyrics of some of her recent hits demonstrating once again the raw talent she poses for song writing.
 
The crowd laughed and cried their way through her set and in the breaks in music there was complete silence as everyone waited for the next awe inspiring note.
 
The full range of her vocal ability was shown as she combined songs from her most recent album, Spitfire, with some of her well-known hits from the past. Her version of “Can’t fight the moonlight”, displayed how far she’d come vocally since its first release and how she could still hit those high notes effortlessly.

The encore again showed her comfort on stage as she sat legs crossed on stage and sang Hallelujah. The sensational rendition left everyone speechless and saw a standing ovation from many.

The only criticism of this amazing evening would be that there just wasn’t enough of it.

For more information about her tour.Click here.

Published: 17-Sep-2013

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