LeAnn Rimes first made waves when she was just 13 years-old and her debut single, "Blue," became a national hit. The youngest musician to win a Grammy and the first country artist to win the Grammy for Best New Artist, she's also won an American Music Award, 3 Academy of Country Music Awards, and 12 Billboard Music Awards. She's scored numerous hit singles, among them "One Way Ticket," "I Need You," "Nothin' 'Bout Love Makes Sense," "Probably Wouldn't Be This Way," "Can't Fight The Moonlight" which was a #1 song in 11 countries, and "How Do I Live," which was the longest running single ever on the Billboard Hot 100, spending a record-setting 69 weeks on the chart.
Eleven years and over 37 million albums since she took the music world by storm, LeAnn just launched her new album Family, and the poignant ballad "What I Cannot Change." It's a song about forgiveness, acceptance and personal growth that finds LeAnn delivering a performance that is achingly vulnerable yet carries an underlying current of rock solid strength.
Darrell Brown, is a songwriter, record producer and arranger. He co-wrote the #1 hit "You'll Think of Me" by Keith Urban, which won the Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 2006. Brown has written with and for the legends of music, ranging from Willie Dixon to Dolly Parton to Kenny Loggins. Songs he's written have been recorded by Faith Hill, Brooks & Dunn, Rascal Flatts, Trace Adkins, Little Big Town, and Sara Evans among others.
Brown co-wrote 9 of the songs on LeAnn Rimes's new album Family and regularly contributes to the NewYorkTimes.com music column "Measure for Measure." He splits his time between Nashville and Los Angeles.