Lee Ann Womack Biography
Lee Ann Womack (pronounced “WO-mak”) is an American country music singer and songwriter. Her 2000 single, “I Hope You Dance” was a major crossover music hit, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart and the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her signature song.
When Ann emerged as a contemporary country artist in 1997, her material resembled that of Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette, except for the way Womack’s music mixed an old-fashioned style with contemporary elements. Lee 2000 album I Hope You Dance had an entirely different sound, using pop music elements instead of traditional country.
It was not until the release of There’s More Where That Came From in 2005 that Womack returned to recording traditional country music.
After a hiatus in 2008, Womack returned in 2014 with a new album “The Way I’m Livin'” and a new sound which blended country and Americana.
She has released a total of nine studio albums and two compilations. Four of her studio albums have received a Gold certification or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Additionally, Ann has received five Academy of Country Music Awards, six Country Music Association Awards, and a Grammy Award. Womack has sold over 6 million albums worldwide.
Lee is the wife of record producer Frank Liddell, and ex-wife of songwriter and musician Jason Sellers; her daughter with the latter, Aubrie Sellers, is also a country music artist.
Lee Ann Womack Age
Lee Ann Womack is an American country music singer and songwriter. Her 2000 single, “I Hope You Dance” was a major crossover music hit, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart and the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her signature song. She was born on August 19. 1966 in Jacksonville, Texas, U.S.A.
Lee Ann Womack Family
She was born and raised in Jacksonville, Texas. Her father, a disc jockey, often took her daughter to work with him to help choose records to play on the air. Lee was the second of two daughters. Her mother, Ann Womack was a schoolteacher and her father was also a high school principal.
As a child, She studied the piano and later graduated from Jacksonville High School in 1984. After graduating, Ann attended South Plains Junior College in Levelland, Texas. The college was one of the first in the nation to offer country music degrees, and soon she became a member of the college band, Country Caravan.
A year later, Lee left the college and after an agreement with her parents, Womack enrolled at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she studied the commercial aspect of the music business.
In Nashville, Ann interned at the A&R department of MCA Records. She studied at the college until 1990, leaving the school a year before graduation.
Lee Ann Womack Husband
She is married to Frank Liddell, the couple joined in on January 1999. The pair have daughter, Annalise Liddell together.
Prior to that she was married to Jason Sellers(singer-songwriter)whom she met at Belmont University. Together the couple had a daughter named Aubrie Sellers (born. 1991). In total Ann has two kids where all are daughters.
Lee Ann Womack Net Worth
Ann Womack is an American country music singer and songwriter. She is known for her old fashioned country music songs with frequent topics such as lost love and cheating.
Ann had a major crossover hit with 2000’s “I Hope You Dance” which reached #1 on the Billboard Country Chart and #16 on the Billboard Hot 100. Lee Ann Womack has an estimated Net Worth of $20 million dollars.
Lee Ann Womack Height
Ann stands at a height of 5feet 1 inch”155 cm” tall. She has Blue Eye color, and her’s hair is Dyed Blonde. She is Build Slim and her body measurement is recorded to be around 34-25-32. Ann has a weight of 123pounds(56kg), her bra size is 32C.
Lee Ann Womack Songs
- I Hope You Dance I Hope You Dance · 2000
- I May Hate Myself in the Morning There’s More Where That Came From · 2005
- A Little Past Little Rock Some Things I Know · 1998
- The Fool Lee Ann Womack · 1997
- I’ll Think of Reasons Later Some Things I Know · 1998
- Never Again, Again Lee Ann Womack · 1997
- Ashes by Now I Hope You Dance · 2000
- Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago There’s More Where That Came From · 2005
- Last Call Call Me Crazy · 2008
- All The Trouble The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone · 2017
- Why They Call It Falling I Hope You Dance · 2000
- You’ve Got to Talk to Me Lee Ann Womack · 1997
- Something Worth Leaving Behind Something Worth Leaving Behind · 2002
- Does My Ring Burn Your Finger I Hope You Dance · 2000
- Buckaroo Lee Ann Womack · 1997
- Solitary Thinking Call Me Crazy · 2008
- Now You Don’t Some Things I Know · 1998
- He Oughta Know That By Now There’s More Where That Came From · 2005
- There Is a God The Definitive Collection · 2013
- The Wrong Girl The Definitive Collection · 2013
- Forever Everyday Something Worth Leaving Behind · 2002
- Mama Lost Her Smile The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone · 2017
- Send It on Down The Way I’m Livin’ · 2014
- Chances Are The Way I’m Livin’ · 2014
- Finding My Way Back Home The Definitive Collection · 2013
- Take the Devil Out of Me The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone · 2017
- Talking Behind Your Back The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone · 2017
- Everything But Quits Call Me Crazy · 2008
- Never, Ever & Forever Montgomery to Memphis Lee Ann Womack · 1997
- Bottom Of The Barrel The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone · 2017
- Same Kind of Different The Way I’m Livin’ · 2014
Lee Ann Womack Daughters
LEE ANN WOMACK’S DAUGHTER TAKES NASHVILLE BY STORM WITH PROMISING NEW SONG
During the late 1990’s Lee emerged onto the country music scene with a lot of promise and praise. Some even compared her to the likes of Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette. But now all eyes are on her equally talented daughter, Aubrie Sellers for very similar reasons.
Aubrie is following in her mother’s footsteps and shows no signs of slowing down. The 24-year-old isn’t just riding the coattails of her famous mom or her record producing step-father either.
Aubrie has managed to cultivate her own sound, and music independently, and plans to prove her talent by blazing her own trail.
She is a little rock and a little country. Her edgy sound is both emotional and strong, with honest lyrics that are sure to resinate with many. Her debut album New City Blues will be released January 29, 2016, but is already receiving attention from some of the biggest names in music.
Rolling Stone named Aubrie one of the 10 New Country Artists to hear in 2015 for her self labeled “garage country”, and hints of her mother hidden in her music.
There is no surprise that Womack would be in there somewhere! She has also been compared to Kacey Musgraves and Ashley Monroe, leading us to believe that this country music newcomer is going places fast!
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- Sat, Aug 10 8:00 PM Hinton, OK Sugar Creek Casino
- Thu, Sep 12 7:30 PM Ashland, KY Paramount Arts Center
- Thu, Oct 3 7:30 PM Grand Rapids, MI St. Cecilia Music Center Fri, Oct 4 8:00 PM Chicago, IL City Winery
- Sat, Oct 5 8:00 PM Chicago, IL City Winery
Lee Ann Womack Albums
- The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone 2017
- There’s More Where That Came From 2005
- I Hope You Dance 2000
- The Way I’m Livin’ 2014
- Call Me Crazy 2008
- Some Things I Know 1998
- Something Worth Leaving Behind 2002
- The Season for Romance 2002
- Country Strong 2010
- Lee Ann Womack 1997
- iTunes Originals 2005
- The Definitive Collection 2013
- KIN: Songs By Mary Karr & Rodney Crowell 2012
- Greatest Hits 2004
- The Life & Songs Of Emmylou Harris: An All-Star Concert Celebration (Live) 2016
- Restoration: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin 2018
- Remembering Patsy Cline 2003
- Endless Highway: The Music of The Band 2007
- Trouble in Mind 2015
- EP Two On One: Something Worth Leaving Behind / I Hope You Dance 2008
- Outlaw: Celebrating the Music of Waylon Jennings (Live) 2017
- The Life & Songs Of Kris Kristofferson (Live) 2017
- Ultimate Country Christmas 2007
- Throwback Tunes: 90s Country 2017
- Country Christmas Greatest Hits 2016
- Country Linedancing 2001 Reimagination 2018
- 100 Country 2011
- Unplugged at Studio 330 2009
Lee Ann Womack Last call
“Last Call” is a song written by Erin Enderlin and Shane McAnally, and recorded by American country music artist Lee Ann Womack.
It was released on June 2008 as the lead-off single from Womack’s album Call Me Crazy, which was released on October 2008. In December the song reached the Top 20 on Billboard Country Chart, becoming Womack’s first Top 20 hit in three years.
Lee Ann Womack A Little Past Little Rock
“A Little Past Little Rock” is a song written by Brett Jones, Tony Lane, and Jess Brown, and recorded by American country music artist Lee Ann Womack.
The song peaked at number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, her third song to just miss the top spot.
Lee Ann Womack Ashes by Now
“Ashes by Now” is a song written by Rodney Crowell. It has since been recorded several times by various musical artists in the country music format. The song was first recorded by Crowell himself, eventually releasing it as a single in 1980.
It was notably covered by Lee Ann Womack in 2000 and her version became the most commercially successful after also being issued as a single.
Lee Ann Womack John legend
John Legend, Lee Ann Womack Tape CMT Crossroads
John Legend and Lee Ann Womack traded signature songs as well as new material in Franklin, Tennessee, on Wednesday night (Sept. 17) for the latest episode of CMT Crossroads.
Legend’s R&B influences were a fine counterpoint to Womack’s country sensibilities as they quickly found common ground on familiar favorites like “All of Me” and “I Hope You Dance.” In addition, they offered exceptional duet performances of Legend’s latest single, “You and I,” along with Womack’s current release, “The Way I’m Livin’,” and several other songs.
CMT Crossroads: John Legend and Lee Ann Womack will premiere Sept. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CMT.
Legend had just returned from a European tour and rather than bringing along his own band to the taping, he opted to perform with A-list Nashville musicians selected by Womack’s husband, producer-publisher Frank Liddell. During some impromptu banter in between performances, Womack told Legend she wanted him to make a country album, and he quickly agreed.
He returned the praise by telling the audience how much he respected the fact that Womack was asked to sing “I Hope You Dance” at Maya Angelou’s funeral in June and that Womack’s music had made an emotional connection to people all over the world.
Legend won Grammys in 2005 for a best new artist, best R&B album for getting Lifted and best male vocal R&B performance for “Ordinary People.” He has won Grammys in nine categories in all. His latest album, Love in the Future, features the smash, “All of Me.”
Womack claimed a 2002 Grammy for “Mendocino County Line,” a duet with Willie Nelson. In addition to the classic “I Hope You Dance,” her country hits include “The Fool,” “A Little Past Little Rock” and “I May Hate Myself in the Morning.” She will release a new album, The Way I’m Livin’, on Tuesday (Sept. 23). by cmt.com staff 9/18/2014.
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