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|Jun 3||Lee Ann Womack||Lincoln Amphitheatre Lincoln City, Indiana||Find Tickets|
|Jun 24||Lee Ann Womack||Brevard Music Center Brevard, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Aug 4||Alan Jackson & Lee Ann Womack||Swiftel Center Brookings, South Dakota||Find Tickets|
|Aug 13||Alan Jackson & Lee Ann Womack||Wisconsin Exposition Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Aug 25||Alan Jackson||Ford Center Evansville, Indiana||Find Tickets|
|Oct 20||Lee Ann Womack||The Crossing at Hollar Mill Hickory, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Oct 27||Alan Jackson & Lee Ann Womack||Resch Center Green Bay, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Oct 29||Lee Ann Womack||Bridgeview Center Ottumwa, Iowa||Find Tickets|
Lee Ann Womack has championed the roots of country music ever since her pristine voice and impeccable phrasing arrived on the scene nearly a decade ago. Since that time she’s watched her songs not only top the country charts, but stretch beyond those boundaries. Yet no matter where the music went, Womack’s artistry never wavered. She always has and always will be one thing—a country singer and songwriter who, happily, left her heart in Texas.
Womack set critics and fans afire with her 2005 CD, There’s More Where That Came From. Its twin fiddles, honest lyrics and stellar singing made Womack the definitive country artist. None were surprised when the album won a 2005 CMA award for “Album of the Year,” and the debut release from that record, “I May Hate Myself In The Morning,” won the 2005 CMA “Single of the Year” award.
MCA Nashville will release Womack’s new single “Last Call”, written by Erin Enderlin and Shane McAnally, to radio June 30. Her highly-anticipated seventh album, produced by Tony Brown and titled Call Me Crazy, will debut this fall. Four of the twelve tracks are co-written by Womack and fans will discover two other very well-known male voices accompanying the songstress, including Keith Urban and George Strait. Last time Womack and Strait collaborated was for “Good News, Bad News”, which earned them a Country Music Association award for “Musical Event of the Year.”
Womack has sold over 6 million albums, won two Grammy’s, numerous other milestone awards, and most recently garnered critical acclaim for There’s More Where That Came From. Released February of ’05 on CD and classic vinyl, There’s More swept Country Music Association trophies Fall of the same year for “Album of the Year” and “Single of the Year” (“I May Hate Myself In the Morning”). She is also recognized for #1 singles “The Fool,” “A Little Past Little Rock,” “I’ll Think Of A Reason Later” and the mega smash “I Hope You Dance.” Her most recent album was released in 2008.
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