The DeKalb County Fair had a special visitor Monday night.
Recording artist LeAnn Rimes and a video crew were on the fair grounds, both during and after the fair, shooting scenes for a new music video to be released soon.
The video production featured Rimes amid fair attractions and on rides while children and other locals were included in some of the scenes.
Rimes has sold more than 37 million records, won two Grammys and received numerous industry awards.
LeAnn's Curb debut, Blue, made her a star at thirteen, racking up a record-setting 123,000 sales in its first week on its way to more than eight million purchases, and earning her two Grammy Awards, including the first Best New Artist distinction ever won by a country artist. Her follow-up, You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs, made history by releasing at number one in three Billboard categories ? country, pop, and contemporary Christian. Her next three albums topped the country listings too, while her singles made equally deep impressions; one, \"How Do I Live\" (1997), lodged for an unprecedented eight months at number one en route to more than two hundred weeks on the country singles charts.
Rimes' new project called \"Whatever We Wanna\" was released internationally on June 5th and marks her ninth studio album. Among the songs included on this collection of new material is the hit single \"And It Feels Like\" and a stellar duet with Brian McFadden on \"Everybody's Someone\".