LeAnn Rimes Postponed

Illness has caused Grammy-Award winning entertainer LeAnn Rimes to postpone her October 1 concert at the T. Furth Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Trine University. Miss Rimes sent the following message to her fans:

Fans and Friends, I am incredibly disappointed not to be with you this weekend. I have been struggling with severe TMJ and have injured my bone and jaw. It's left me unable to sing at this moment. I have been put on rest in order to recover. I am truly sorry for this horrible timing, but I hope we can all have a musical celebration soon when I am well. I appreciate you all.   - LeAnn

Trine and Miss Rimes are working to reschedule her performance for sometime later this year, and ticket holders will be notified as soon as possible. Updates will also be provided through the Trine website and our social media channels.

LeAnn Rimes is one of the most successful entertainers with a career spanning more than two decades, LeAnn Rimes has forty-four million albums sold, two Grammy Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards and 12 Billboard Music Awards. She was the youngest person to ever win a Grammy Award and was the first country artist to win the Grammy Best New Artist.

LeAnn had her first national hit at age 13 with the 1996 release of "Blue", which remained at the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s country albums chart for more than three months. She has had 42 singles on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart and her version of “How Do I Live” is the second-longest charting song in the history of the Billboard Hot 100 chart; the smash hit “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” featured in the film Coyote Ugly, topped the charts in 11 countries.