LeAnn Rimes - Nothin' Better To Do in September
American Country singer, LeAnn Rimes, is returning with a new single on 24th September. The press release and a few press images of LeAnn follow...
The new single ‘Nothin’ Better To Do’
Released September 24th on London / Curb Records
With 39-million album sales already behind her, LeAnn Rimes returns with the single ‘Nothin’ Better To Do’, the first to be taken from her forthcoming album ‘Family’. The single’s video captures LeAnn as you’ve never seen her before. Set in the 1930’s it was shot in a real prison, the Old Tennessee State Penitentiary (Tom Hanks ‘The Green Mile’). Some scenes were shot on a vintage hand cranked movie camera to help create the period and drama of the video. LeAnn looks stunning and shines as she performs in a Chicago-esque dance routine. ‘Nothin’ Better To Do’ will be released on September 24th on London / Curb Records with ‘Family’ following on October 8th.
Produced by LeAnn’s long-term collaborator Dann Huff, ‘Nothin’ Better To Do’ combines pure-pop with a playful country edge and represents LeAnn’s most infectious single since ‘Can’t Fight The Moonlight’.
‘Family’ is the first album on which LeAnn has written or co-written every song and the result is a collection that reflects where she is at this moment in her life. One of the album’s many highlights is ‘Strangers’, a powerful duet with Jon Bon Jovi. “I feel like I’m moving forward and growing as a human being and as an artist,” concludes LeAnn. “It’s a good thing.”
Born in Mississippi and raised in Texas, LeAnn was steeped in music from the time she started singing at the age of two. Later she released ‘Blue’, an album that would sell more than 7-million copies and win her multiple international awards, including two Grammy Awards.
LeAnn has already achieved three defining career singles in the shape of ‘How Do I Live’, ‘Can’t Fight The Moonlight’ and ‘Blue’. ‘How Do I Live’ was a landmark single in the U.S. – in 1998 it was certified by the RIAA for sales of 3 million putting it among the all time top certified singles – making LeAnn the second woman ever to have a single reach the triple platinum mark. The first was Whitney Houston with ‘I Will Always Love You’.