LeAnn Rimes takes the message of universal love on the road to fans in New England.

On February 1, 2018, award-winning country singer-songwriter LeAnn Rimes walked out on stage to find each seat filled in her sold-out show at the Tupelo Music Hall situated in the Town of Derry, New Hampshire. Fans saddled up to embrace The LovE is LovE Tour that was about to unleash inside this newly renovated venue.

Rimes reminded the crowd that since it was Thursday, she was singing a throw-back song, “One Way Ticket”, which pleased all her fans.

The 35-year old explained how she’s been playing more than half her life now and she is blessed. She then continued to sing a mix of country classics, pop covers and her own crossover hits with her acoustic guitar player, Greg. Rimes’ soulful rendition of Bill Mack’s “Blue,” the single that made her the youngest Grammy winner in 1996, was a favorite among her fans.

As Rimes continued to sing and get comfortable with the audience cracking jokes to lure them in as if everyone was hanging out in her living room, she continued singing songs from her latest album, Remnants.

Rimes brought us back again to another favorite from the 2000 movie Coyote Ugly singing the infectious pop song “Can’t Fight the Moonlight”.

The latter half of the show contained a couple of old favorites, Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” and Aretha Franklin’s “Respect”, which was performed flawlessly by Rimes. The show finished with a beautiful incredible performance of “Hallelujah” which had some fans searching for tissues or napkins to wipe tears. As soon as the song was finished there was not a single fan sitting in their seats because they all rose to their feet to applaud.

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Event Date: 01-FEB-2018

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