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Lee Ann Womack

Facts About Lee Ann Womack

Celebrated NameLee Ann Womack
Age56 Years Old
Nick NameLee
Birth NameLee Ann Womack
Birth Date1966-08-19
GenderFemale
Profession Country Music Singer , Songwriter
Place Of BirthJacksonville, Texas, United States
Birth NationUnited States
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityScottish-American
RaceWhite
HoroscopeLeo
ReligionChristianity
FatherAubrey Womack
MotherAnn Womack
SistersJudy Womack
EducationJacksonville High School,South Plains Junior College, Belmont University
Marital StatusMarried
Married DateNovember 6, 1999
HusbandFrank Liddell, Jason Sellers (ex)
ChildrenAnna Lise Liddell, Aubrie lee Sellers
Height1.55m (5 feet and 1 inch)
Weight53kg (117 lbs.)
Body Measurement35-25-37 inches
Bra Cup Size40C
Dress Size6(US)
Shoe Size8(US)
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorBlonde
Sexual OrientationStraight
Net Worth$20 million (estimated)
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Lee Ann Womack is an American country music singer and songwriter. She has won 6 CMA Awards from 17 nominations, 5 ACM Awards from 16 nominations, and 1 Grammy Awards from 14 nominations. She has also won the Golden Note Award at the 2018 ASCAP Awards. Her single, "I Hope You Dance" was a major hit, reaching no 1 on the Billboard Country Chart and the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100. She has released nine studio albums and two compilations including "Some Things I Know", "Something Worth Leaving Behind",  "The Season for Romance",  "There's More Where That Came From" and "Call Me Crazy".

Furthermore, she is also active on social media platforms. She has 120k followers on Instagram @leeannwomack, more than 215k followers on Twitter @leeannwomack, and around 600k followers on her Facebook page. She also runs a self-titled YouTube channel with around 149k subscribers.

What is Lee Ann Womack famous for?

  •  Her single, "I Hope You Dance".
  • Winning 6 CMA Awards, 5 ACM Awards, and a Grammy Award.

Where is Lee Ann Womack from?

Lee Ann Womack was born and raised in Jacksonville, Texas, the United States. Her birth date is August 19, 1966. She was born to her father, Aubrey Womack who was a full-time high school principal and a part-time disc jockey. Her mother, Ann Womack was a school teacher. She was the second child of two daughters of her parents. She has an older sister named Judy Womack. She holds American citizenship and she belongs to the Scottish-American ethnicity. Her race is White. Her zodiac sign is Leo. She believes in Christianity.   

Focusing on her education, she graduated from Jacksonville High School in 1984. She then attended South Plains Junior College in Levelland, Texas. But she switched to Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she studied the commercial aspect of the music business. She studied at the college until 1990, leaving the school a year before graduation. She also interned at the A&R department of MCA Records when she was in college.

Lee Ann Womack awards

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Lee Ann Womack's Career Highlights

  • Lee Ann Womack was interested in country music at an early age. She has also studied piano as a child and her father often took her to work with him to help choose records to play on the air.
  • In 1995, Womack began performing her music in songwriting demos and at showcase concerts. While performing those showcase concerts, she was spotted by Tree publishing, who signed her after listening to one of her original demo recordings.
  • She wrote songs with some popular Nashville songwriters, including Bill Anderson and Ricky Skaggs, who recorded her composition, I Don't Remember Forgetting, for one of his albums.
  • Later on, she auditioned for MCA chairman, Bruce Hinton, who praised her talents, and shortly afterward, she accepted a contract from MCA's sister record company, Decca Nashville in 1996.
  • Eventually, Womack released her self-titled debut album in May 1997 which was produced by Mark Wright. Its single 'The Fool'  reached the Top 5 on the Billboard Country chart that year. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on January 16, 1988, and platinum on September 24, 1999.
  • In 1998, she released her second studio album, "Some Things I Know", which was also produced by Mark Wright. The album's singles, "A Little Past Little Rock" and "I'll Think of a Reason Later" both went to no 2 on the Billboard Country Chart and the album was certified Gold by the RIAA soon after.
  • The same year, she collaborated with her ex-husband and musician Jason Sellers for the songs "If You're Ever Down in Dallas" and "The man Who Made Mama Cry".
  • On May 23, 2000, she released her third studio album titled "I Hope You Dance". Its title track reached no 1 on the Billboard Country chart for five weeks and crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, becoming a major crossover pop hit reaching no 14.
  • On December 11, 2000, she performed "I Hope You Dance" at the annual Nobel Peace Prize concert.
  • Her fourth studio album, "Something Worth Leaving Behind" was released in 2002. It peaked on the billboard 200 at no 16 and the Top Country Albums at no 2. However, it did not react well, leading to poor record sales and only one major hit.
  • The same year, she released her fifth studio album and first Christmas album, "The Season for Romance" on October 29, 2002.
  • She also collaborated with Willie Belson on his single, "Mendocino County Line" which won a Grammy and Country music award in 2002.
  • In early 2003, she appeared in a small recurring role on the popular CBS drama, "The District". She also sang the theme song for the 2003 series, "The Berenstain Bears".
  • In 2004, she performed, "I Hope You Dance" at the Republican National Convention, in which George W. Bush was nominated for his second term as President of the United States.
  • The same year, she also collaborated with Canadian Ragweed on their hit, "Sick and Tired".
  • Womack also released her first "Greatest Hits album", which included two new songs, "The Wrong Girl" and "Time for Me to Go in that year".
  • Her fifth studio album entitled "There's More Where That Came From" released on February 8, 2005. Its lead single, "I May Hate Myself in the Morning" was a top 10 hit in 2005 and also won Single of the Year by the CMA awards later that year.
  • In 2006, she announced plans of a sixth studio album off of Mercury Nashville Records. The single, "Finding My Way Back Home", was debuted at no 46 on the Billboard Country Chart.
  • She released her seventh studio album, "Call Me Crazy" on October 21, 2008. Its lead single, "Last Call" reached the top 20 on Billboard Country Chart in December.
  • On November 2, 2009, Womack released a song called "There Is a God" which debuted at No. 60 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of November 14, 2009, eventually peaking at No. 32 in early 2010.
  • In August 2012, Womack ended her contract with MCA Nashville.
  • She then signed with Sugar Hill Records in April 2014 and her first album for the label, "The Way I'm Livin" was released on September 23, 2014. It was praised by critics.
  • On September 26, 2014, she collaborated with American R&B singer John Legend for an episode of CMT Crossroads.
  • Her ninth studio album, "The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone" released on October 27, 2017. It was released through ATO Records.

Lee Ann Womack husband

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Lee Ann Womack's Awards

  • Lee Ann Womack has won 6 CMA Awards from 17 nominations, 5 ACM Awards from 16 nominations, and 1 Grammy Awards from 14 nominations as of 2021.
  • She has also won a British Country Music Awards under the category of Best International Country Album of the Year for Some Things I Know in 1998.
  • The same year, she won an American Music Awards as a Favorite Country New Artist.
  • In 2001, she won a Billboard Music Awards under the category of Adult Contemporary Song of the Year for I Hope You Dance.
  • She won the Golden Note Award at the 2018 ASCAP Awards.

Lee Ann Womack's Husband

Lee Ann Womack is a married woman. She has been married to American record producer, Frank Liddell since November 6, 1999. The couple has a daughter, Anna Lise Liddell. Previously, she was married to singer-songwriter Jason Sellers from 1990 to 1996. From the marriage, she has a daughter named Aubrie lee Sellers who is also a Country music singer and songwriter.

Lee Ann Womack daughter

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Lee Ann Womack's Height and Weight

The beautiful country singer, Lee Ann Womack stands at 1.55m (5 feet and 1 inch) and her body weighs around 53kg (117 lbs.). Her body measurements are 35-25-37 inches. She wears a bra size of 40C. Her dress and shoe sizes are 6(US) and 8(US) respectively. She has a fair complexion with a pair of blue eyes and blonde hair. Her sexual orientation is straight.

Lee Ann Womack's Net Worth

As of 2021, Lee Ann Womack has an estimated net worth of $20 million. Her main source of wealth comes from her singing career. However, her exact salary and other earning are not disclosed yet.  

Trivias About Lee Ann Womack You Need To Know.

  • She worked as an intern at MCA Nashville while attending classes.
  • She performed her hit song, I Hope You Dance at the 2000 Nobel Peace Prize Concert.
  • In 2008, she was listed among several artists whose material got destroyed in the Universal Studios fire outbreak.
  • The song "I Hope You Dance" became her signature song.

Frequently Asked Questions About Lee Ann Womack.

Where was Lee Ann Womack born?

Lee Ann Womack was born in Jacksonville, Texas, United States.

Who is the father of Lee Ann Womack?

The father of Lee Ann Womack is Aubrey Womack.

Who is the mother of Lee Ann Womack?

The mother of Lee Ann Womack is Ann Womack.

What is the color of Lee Ann Womack's eye?

Lee Ann Womack eye color is Blue.

What is the color of Lee Ann Womack's hair?

Lee Ann Womack hair color is Blonde.

What is the net worth of Lee Ann Womack?

The net worth of Lee Ann Womack is $20 million (estimated).

Lee Ann Womack Biography

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Celebrated Name Lee Ann Womack
Age 56 Years Old
Nick Name Lee
Birth Name Lee Ann Womack
Birth Date 1966-08-19
Gender Female
Profession Country Music Singer , Songwriter
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Celebrated Name Lee Ann Womack
Age 56 Years Old
Nick Name Lee
Birth Name Lee Ann Womack
Birth Date 1966-08-19
Gender Female
Profession Country Music Singer , Songwriter
Place Of Birth Jacksonville, Texas, United States
Birth Nation United States
Nationality American
Ethnicity Scottish-American
Race White
Horoscope Leo
Religion Christianity
Father Aubrey Womack
Mother Ann Womack
Sisters Judy Womack
Education Jacksonville High School,South Plains Junior College, Belmont University
Marital Status Married
Married Date November 6, 1999
Husband Frank Liddell, Jason Sellers (ex)
Children Anna Lise Liddell, Aubrie lee Sellers
Height 1.55m (5 feet and 1 inch)
Weight 53kg (117 lbs.)
Body Measurement 35-25-37 inches
Bra Cup Size 40C
Dress Size 6(US)
Shoe Size 8(US)
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Sexual Orientation Straight
Net Worth $20 million (estimated)