Facts of Lee Ann Womack
|Full Name:||Lee Ann Womack|
|Age:||53 years 10 months|
|Birth Date:||August 19, 1966|
|Birth Place:||Jacksonville, Texas, U.S.|
|Net Worth:||$2m US|
|Height / How tall :||5 Feet 1 Inches|
|Profession:||Country Singer, Songwriter|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
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Relationship Statistics of Lee Ann Womack
|What is Lee Ann Womack marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Lee Ann Womack get married ? (married date):||, 1999|
|How many children does Lee Ann Womack have ? (name):||Two (Aubrie Sellers, Annalise Liddell)|
|Is Lee Ann Womack having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Lee Ann Womack lesbian ?:||No|
|Who is Lee Ann Womack husband ? (name):||Frank Liddell|
More about the relationship
Lee Ann Womack is presently married to record-producer Frank Liddell. Together they have a daughter, Annalise Liddell who was born in 1999.
Previously she was married to singer-songwriter Jason Sellers in 1990; they divorced in 1996. Together they had a daughter named Aubries Seller born in 1991.
Who is Lee Ann Womack?
Grammy Award winner Lee Ann Womack is an American country music singer, 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, and became her signature song.
Lee Ann Womack- Birth Age, Education
Lee Ann Womack was born on August 19, 1966, in Jacksonville, Texas, the U.S. Her mother was a school teacher and her father was a high school Principal.
As a child, Womack also played the piano. In 1984, she graduated from Jacksonville High School, Florida, US.
After graduating, Womack attended South Plains Junior College in Levelland, Texas. The college was one of the first in the nation to offer country music degrees. She then became a member of the college band, Country Caravan.
Womack enrolled at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she studied the commercial aspect of the music industry.
In Nashville, she interned at the A&R department of MCA Records. She stayed at the college until 1990 and left a year before graduation.
Womack’s Professional Life & Career
In 1995 she began playing her music in songwriting demos and at showcase concerts.
She was spotted by Tree Publishings, who recorded her composition, “I Don’t Remember Forgetting” for one of his albums.
Womack decided to pursue a career as a country music artist. She auditioned for MCA chairman, Bruce Hinton, who praised her talents.
Shortly thereafter, she accepted a contract from MCA’s sister record company, Decca Nashville in 1996.
Womack released her self-titled debut album in May 1997, produced by Mark Wright. Some of the songs are Never Again, Again, The floor,
In 1998 Womack released her second studio album, Some Thing I Know, A Little Past Little Rock, I Think Of a Reason Later, Now You See Me, You Don’t and Don’t Tell Me.
She also contributed her vocals to the songs “If You’re Ever Down in Dallas” and “The Man Who Made Mama Cry” in collaboration with her ex-husband and musician, Jason Sellers.
Womack’s Popular Albums
-Lee Ann Womack, 1997
-Some Things I Know, 1998
-I Hope You Dance, 2000
-Something Worth Leaving Behind, 2002
-The Season for Romance, 2002
-There’s More Where That Came From, 2005
-Call Me Crazy, 2008
-The Way I’m Livin, 2014
-The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone, 2017
Womack’s Awards, Nominations & TV
Lee Ann Womack has won 6 Country Music Awards with 17 nominations, 5 Academy of Country Awards with 16 nominations and 1 Grammy with 14 nominations.
Womack and John Legend appear in the 2014 series CMT Crossroads and also with Rachel Platten in 2016 on Greatest Hits.
Womack appears in the movies Tom Sayer as a Becky Thatcher’s singing voice in 2000.
Networth, Earnings, Social Media
She has 2.96k Facebook followers, 222k on Twitter, 99.4k on Instagram.