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Album Review

The second album from teenage country singer McCann goes through the usual post-Shania motions as elements of glossy pop merge with typically overproduced Nashville standard. McCann is likable enough, and the spunky songs ("With You," "Rhymes With") can be addictive. And the sweet "Kiss Me Now," with Vince Gill on backing vocals, is a tentative step into the adult world with genuine emotion. But the blandness of it all (and McCann's own misfortune of sharing many personal and professional qualities with LeAnn Rimes) makes it a bit difficult to distinguish her from the rest of the '90s hat pack.

Biography

Born: 04 December 1981 in Steilacoom, WA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Another teenage female country star to join the ranks of LeAnn Rimes, Lila McCann debuted singing "You Are My Sunshine" with her father's country band at the tender age of four. Influenced by Reba McEntire and the Judds (though she also listened to No Doubt and Boyz II Men), McCann began performing regularly several years after her debut, balancing her education in small-town Washington with shows at local Eagle's Lodges and bars. While just a freshman at Steilacoom High School, she was given a demo...
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