Lee Ann Womack

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Lee Ann Womack
Background information
Birth name Lee Ann Womack
Born August 19, 1966 (1966-08-19) (age 47)
Origin Jacksonville, Texas, US
Genres Country, Country Pop
Occupations singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, Guitar
Years active 1992–present
Labels Decca Nashville
MCA Nashville
Mercury Nashville
Associated acts Cross Canadian Ragweed, Willie Nelson, Jason Sellers, George Strait, Frank Liddell

Lee Ann Womack (born August 19, 1966) is an American country music singer and songwriter. Womack has won a number of music awards for her music and singing.

Her 2000 single, "I Hope You Dance" was a major crossover music hit. It reached #1 on the Billboard Country Chart. It made the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100.[1]

Discography[change | edit source]

Studio album
Compilation albums
Holiday albums

Awards[change | edit source]

Year Association Category
1998 Academy of Country Music Awards Top New Female Vocalist
British Country Music Awards Best International Country Album of the Year
TNN/Music City News Country Awards Star of Tomorrow - Female Artist
American Music Awards Favorite Country New Artist
2000 Country Music Association Awards Single of the Year — "I Hope You Dance"
Song of the Year — "I Hope You Dance" (awarded to songwriters Mark D. Sander and Tia Sillers)
2001 Academy of Country Music Awards Top Single of the Year — "I Hope You Dance"
Top Song of the Year — "I Hope You Dance"
Top Vocal Event of the Year — "I Hope You Dance" (with Sons of the Desert)
Grammy Awards Best Country Song — "I Hope You Dance" (awarded to songwriters Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers)
Country Music Association Awards Female Vocalist of the Year
Billboard Music Awards Adult Contemporary Song of the Year — "I Hope You Dance"
2002 Country Music Association Awards Vocal Event of the Year — "Mendocino County Line" (with Willie Nelson)
2003 Grammy Awards Best Country Collaboration with Vocals — "Mendocino County Line" (with Willie Nelson)
Academy of Country Music Awards Top Vocal Event of the Year — "Mendocino County Line" (with Willie Nelson)
2005 Country Music Association Awards Single of the Year — "I May Hate Myself in the Morning"
Album of the Year for, There's More Where That Came From
Best Musical Event — "Good News, Bad News" (with George Strait)

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