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GMCLA’s first country show! Contemporary country star LeAnn Rimes returns to perform with GMCLA for a spectacle of all singing, all dancing and all heart. Rimes became an instant star with the release of her debut single “Blue” in 1996. Since then, she has put out a steady stream of hit records; won two Grammys, three ACM Awards, one CMA Award, 12 Billboard Music Awards, and an American Music Award; put out over 40 charting singles and sold over 37 million records worldwide. Ms. Rimes will perform some of her #1 hits as well as music from her newest album.
The GAY MEN’S CHORUS OF LOS ANGELES has garnered international acclaim for artistic excellence while remaining deeply rooted in service to the Los Angeles community and beyond by promoting civil rights, tolerance and acceptance though music. Founded in 1979 during the emergence of the gay civil rights movement, critics have proclaimed the chorus “inspired,” “expressive, innovative, and utterly moving,” and hailed it for presenting “meaningful entertainment.” The 220-member choir has toured nationally and internationally, released 15 compact discs, commissioned more than 300 new works and arrangements and has guest starred on such TV shows as "$#*! My Dad Says," starring William Shatner, “Will & Grace” and “Six Feet Under.” In October 2010, it produced an anti-bullying musical video message for the “It Gets Better” project featuring Cyndi Lauper's moving anthem “True Colors,” quickly becoming a viral sensation that has received more than 600,000 hits to date. Additionally, GMCLA has received accolades for its “Alive Music Project” (AMP), a unique music education outreach program designed for middle and high school students that uses song to create a powerful anti-bullying message and also highlights the reality that our community's struggle for equal rights is not only universal, but an issue that has and can affect any group of people who find themselves in the minority.
LEANN RIMES became an instant star with the release of her debut single “Blue” in 1996. Since then, she has put out a steady stream of hit records; won two Grammys, three ACM Awards, one CMA Award, 12 Billboard Music Awards, and an American Music Award; put out over 40 charting singles and sold over 37 million records worldwide.
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Leann Rimes / Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles