LIVE: LeAnn Rimes

No one was feeling "blue" when country star LeAnn Rimes joined the San Diego Symphony for a Summer Pops performance on August 21.

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Country star LeAnn Rimes lit up Embarcadero Marina Park South when she joined the San Diego Symphony for a Summer Pops performance on August 21.
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The country singer has spent the majority of her life in the spotlight: She first found success at age 13.
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When she was just 14, she released her debut album.
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"Blue" topped the Top Country Albums chart, and its lead single, also titled "Blue," charted in the Top 10.
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While her debut album followed a more classical country approach, her sophomore effort, 1997's "You Light Up My Life," touched more on country pop.
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The next two decades saw her place more than 40 singles on the charts and sell more than 37 million records worldwide.
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Billboard named her No. 17 on their list of top performers for the decade between 1990 and 2000.
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LeAnn isn't the singer's given first name -- it's Margaret.
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Mississippi born and Texas raised, Rimes began performing at age 5.
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By age 9, she had already been on tour and sang the national anthem at Dallas Cowboys football games.
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Since her rise to fame, Rimes has tried her had in other arts: She starred in the 2000 film "Coyote Ugly" and has written four books, two of which are for children.
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