Even after all these years, LeAnn Rimes still continues to impress.
A country star since she was just 13-year-old, LeAnn Rimes sometimes feels like she’s been around forever, and that’s because she kind of has. But at only 38 years old, she’s still younger than most of the big stars in country music right now, and right in the same neighborhood with Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood.
Of course, LeAnn was dabbling a bit in the pop world by 2000, but her songs like “How Do I Live” and others are still cornerstones of my ’90s country experience. I mean, go ahead and try to tell you’re not busting out some “How Do I Live” at the top of your lungs when that comes on. I’d call you a liar.
Recently, she shared a cover of “Tennessee Whiskey,” the mega hit originally recorded by David Allan Coe and George Jones before Chris Stapleton blew it back up in 2015.
“Singing with Greg again is as sweet as strawberry wine. I love this Chris Stapleton song SO much!”
And she BROUGHT IT.
And here’s another one.
Reba McEntire’s 1990 hit “Fancy,” originally recorded by Bobbie Gentry in 1969.
Whiskey Riff is the most entertaining country site…ever.