Country Pop Bites: Lee Ann Womack – November 28
Did you know that on this day in Country Music History in 2005 Lee Ann Womack collected a gold album for "There's More Where That Came From"?
It's true! Have a listen to the song!
Here are 5 interesting facts about Lee Ann Womack.
- As a child, she would often accompany her father, a disc jockey, to the radio station and help pick out records for him to play.
- He first single "Never Again, Again" was released in 1997.
- She won the CMA Single of the Year for "I Hope You Dance," which was released in 2000 and was a crossover success on the pop and adult-contemporary charts.
- Among her acting credits is a 2003 episode of The District, in which she played a popular singer who received death threats.
- In 2005, she was nominated for six CMA awards and won three, including Musical Event of the Year for her collaboration with George Strait on "Good News, Bad News."