1. When LeAnn Rimes made GRAMMY history at just 14 years old.
In 1997, LeAnn Rimes became the youngest person to win a GRAMMY when she picked up the Best New Artist award, beating out the likes of beloved alt-rock bands like Garbage and No Doubt.
Thanks in part to receiving such a high honor at such a young age and her impressive debut album, Blue, the tween songstress quickly established herself as country's crowned jewel.
Stream the 2017 GRAMMY Awards on-demand.