Amber Amber C. C. Cremers, Amber C.C. Cremers, Amber Cremers, Amber M. C. Cremers, Amber M.C. Cremers, Amber Mc Cremers, Amber McCremers, Amber McCren, J Cremers, 安柏, 安珀Born (17 September 1969) in Holland and grew up in Germany, Amber's parents first inspired her to music. She is well known for her #1 hits "This Is Your Night" and "Sexual", and also appeared with Jocelyn Enriquez & Ultra Naté as "Stars on 54" to cover the Gordon Lightfoot hit "If You Could Read My Mind". In late 2004, after a long string of hits with Tommy Boy, Amber stepped out and created her own label, JMCA Enterprises, whose first relases were (to no surprise) Amber's album "My Kind Of World," and the LP's lead single "You Move Me."
LeAnn Rimes Le Ann Rimes, Lean Rimes, Leann, Leanne Rimes, Leanne Rymes, Lee Ann Rimes, LeeAnn Rimes, Rimes, リアン・ライムス, 黎安萊姆絲American country singer born on August 28, 1982. She's the youngest winner of a Grammy Award (1996 - Best Newcomer), at age 14. Prior to her recording contract with major label Curb Records she put out three independent albums under the label NOR VA JAK. After signing on with Curb she has put out 11 studio albums, two greatest hits albums, two greatest remix hit albums, and three compilation albums. She is married to Eddie Cibrian. She was previously married to Dean Sheremet.