How much is Lee Ann Womack worth?
|Net Worth:||$20 Million|
|Date of Birth:||August 19, 1966|
|Country:||United States of America|
“A singer’s job is to interpret the lyric — and that’s more than just getting the melody and pitch. You want to be able to sing a song and have people watch and feel like there’s dimension to whatever you’re singing about.”
Who Is Lee Ann Womack
Lee Ann Womack was born on August 19, 1966 in Jacksonville, TX. She married to Frank Liddell, a former record exec., in November 1999. She was previously married to singer Jason Sellers in 1991; they divorced in 1997. She has Daughters, Aubrie, and Anna Lise.
Musical influences: Dolly Parton, Ray Price, Bob Wills, Ricky Skaggs, Reba McEntire, Sharon White, Vince Gill, Tony Brown, George Strait, Alan Jackson, and also Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
There’s More Where That Came From
The title track, “There’s More Where That Came From,” really let me know what kind of music to expect throughout the album & I was pleasantly surprised. Just when she thinks cheating was off her mind, the man calls her & reminds her than he is available again. Other songs that fit the cheatin’ bill is “One’s A Couple” & the first single “I May Hate Myself In The Morning,” which finds someone having a hard time moving on from “the good times.”
“Twenty Years & Two Husbands Ago” can really take a toll on a person remembering the past with each line on their face. “I guess that’s just the way it is” Lee Ann sings before she realizes that the path she has taken has led her to have two lovely children & everything else is water under the bridge. “Happiness” is covered in a song set in the Lost Highway Cafe, while “Painless” is about how someone can make something so hard seem so easy.
“Waiting For The Sun To Shine” is what the lady is doing because it seems like she has been living under a big dark cloud hanging over her wherever she goes. After what listeners think is the last song, “Stubborn (Psalms 151),” there is a surprise – a cover of “Someone I Used To Know.” There will be a bit of a delay but once the song plays you’ll instantly know it was well worth the wait.