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Lee Ann Womack

Country Music

Under $100,000

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Lee Ann Womack Biography

Lee Ann Womack Biography

Lee Ann Womack was born in 1966 in Jacksonville, Texas. She grew up with a strong musical influence around her; her father was a disc jockey and used to bring her on jobs with him, exposing the young Lee Ann to a variety of different styles of music. She studied piano as a teenager and then after entering college, played in a few bands and perfected her talents as a singer. After interning at MCA Records in Nashville, Lee Ann took a few years off from music before re-entering the scene in the mid 1990’s, when she crafted a few songwriting demos and began shopping them around.

Initially, Lee Ann Womack worked as a songwriter, crafting music for other artists, until she caught the attention of Decca Nashville. Womack signed with the label in 1996 and released her debut album in the following year.  The album spawned the singles “The Fool,” and “Never Again, Again,” and earned Womack nods and awards from the Academy of Country Music, launching a successful career. Since then, Womack has released the albums: Some Things I Know (1998), I Hope You Dance (2000), Something Worth Leaving Behind (2002), There’s More Where That Came From (2005), Call Me Crazy (2008), and Icon (2011.) The albums spawned the hit singles: “You’ve Got to Talk to Me,” “A Little Past Little Rock,” “I’ll Think of a Reason Later,” “Ashes by Now,” “Why They Call it Falling,” “I May Hate Myself in the Morning,” and her iconic achievement, the song “I Hope You Dance,” which became her biggest crossover hit to date.

Throughout her career, Lee Ann Womack has been recognized with awards and nominations by the Academy of Country Music (with five wins), the Country Music Association Awards (five wins), and a Grammy win. Her albums have sold more than six million units worldwide, and “I Hope You Dance” has become a traditional “end of the night song” for hundreds of proms and special events nationwide.


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