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LeAnn Rimes: the story… so far tour

July 23 @ 7:30 pm

TICKETS: Reserved $57 | Lawn $42 | Child (1-12) Lawn $32 | Premium Blanket (for 4) $268 | Premium Blanket (for 2) $134

GATES OPEN: @ 5:45 Early Entry | 6:00 General Public
ALCOHOL: Customers will NOT be permitted to bring in outside alcohol for this performance

At this time, Britt does not plan on requiring any COVID patron restrictions during the 2022 season.

LeAnn Rimes is an international multi-platinum selling acclaimed singer and ASCAP award-winning songwriter who has sold more than 48 million units globally, won 2 Grammy® Awards; 12 Billboard Music Awards; 2 World Music Awards; 3 Academy of Country Music Awards; 2 Country Music Association Awards and one Dove Award. At 14, Rimes won “Best New Artist” making her the youngest solo artist to take home a Grammy® Award, and at 15, she became the first country artist to win “Artist of the Year” at the Billboard Music Awards.

Out of the 42 singles she has released throughout her expansive career, LeAnn’s ballad “How Do I Live” holds the record as Billboard’s Hot 100 all-time #1 hit by a female artist and continues to rank #4 on Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time: Hot 100 Song.” 15 of her multi-genre singles are top-10 hits, including “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” which went #1 in 11 countries.

In 2017, the world-renowned singer released her 16th studio RCA UK/Thirty Tigers album, Remnants, which debuted at # 4 on Billboard’s Independent Album Chart, peaked at #3 on iTunes ® overall charts in its first week, garnered two #1 Billboard Dance hits with “Long Live Love” and “LovE is LovE is LovE,” and one Top 5 hit with “Love Line.” In the fall of 2018, Rimes revealed a new EP for her fans titled Re-Imagined that featured five new versions of some of her record-breaking hits, including an epic duet with the music icon Stevie Nicks. Most recently, the Grammy-winning superstar unveiled her first-ever LIVE recording as an exclusive vinyl release in honor of the 2019 Record Store Day titled “Rimes: Live at Gruene Hall” where Rimes celebrated music of all genres. Read More

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Opening Artist: Cloverdayle

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One spring evening in Ridgefield, Washington, Chad and Rachel Hamar walked onto the Clark County Amphitheater stage as 18,000 spectators sized them up. Four songs later, they left that stage to waves of cheering and applause, plus a lot of puzzled people turning to their friends and asking, “Who the hell was that? And why haven’t I heard of them before?”

The answers were simple. Chad and Rachel were and are partners in music and in life. And this gig, opening for country music icon Kenny Chesney, was only the second time they had ever played as Cloverdayle.

How they earned that opportunity is but one interesting detail in the saga of Cloverdayle. Plenty of history preceded that night, going back to the moment Chad, a college freshman, and Rachel, still in high school, locked eyes across a giant, crowded room at a jazz festival. (If you remember the words to “Some Enchanted Evening” or the “Dance at the Gym” scene in West Side Story, it was exactly like that.) Before then, their childhoods forecast their eventual union. Both grew up in the state of Oregon, raised by parents who passed their love for music onto their kids. They each had an affinity for the outdoors and in particular, shared a love for riding bikes with their friends. She sang in the choir at school and at church in Bend, Oregon; he built his foundation as a drummer, kindling a grasp of groove that would later underlie the guitar rhythms that would anchor the Cloverdayle sound. Singer/songwriters like Carole King, Amy Grant and James Taylor inspired Rachel, not only to write, but to sing songs with awareness and respect of their craftsmanship. He drew similar lessons; at age 3 Chad was spellbound by the music of Bobbie Gentry, then moved from there through Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Everly Brothers, and Willie & Waylon to name a few.

No wonder they connected at that jazz festival — a connection they affirmed when Rachel enrolled a year later at the same college Chad was attending. Their uncanny creative synchronicity was clear the first time they tried writing something together. “We were at Chad’s parents’ house,” Rachel recalls. “We took some lyrics Chad had already written. He was messing around with some guitar chords. So I came up with a melody and sang his lyrics back to him. I remember him saying, ‘Oh, my! Dad! Come here! You’ve gotta hear this girl sing!”

“I still remember that first feeling of collaboration,” Chad adds. It was so inspiring to have somebody else’s insight and to combine our ideas.”

They weren’t old enough to play the bar scene yet, so they started by performing as a duo at local coffeehouses. A following grew, first in their community, but then throughout the Pacific Northwest. Step by step, they scaled to higher levels of visibility, earning opening slots for Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Lady A and Tim McGraw. Yet they left when the time was right for Nashville, to seek the stimulus and songwriting opportunities that beckoned from Music City. Devoted fully to music, they subsisted by teaching private music lessons online from home. Rachel also has delved into the voice-over world and they both have done some session work. All while continuing to play together at iconic Nashville staples like The Bluebird Cafe, 3rd & Lindsley and The Listening Room.  Read More

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