“I Hope You Dance” was one of the most successful singles in several genres during the 2000s, and it is one of only a few songs in the past two decades that can really be considered a classic. Released off ...

Can you still remember when Willie Nelson and Lee Ann Womack’s duet of “Mendocino County Line” won the Texans a Grammy award for Best Country Collaboration in 2002? It was absolutely one of the best moments in country music history. ...

For almost 20 years since Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance” was released, the song has continually been covered and innovated by several artists. This is because of the undying theme that relates to everyone who listens to it. ...

Lee Ann Womack rose to fame during the ’90s era and it was all because of the rise of female country artists during that time. “The Fool” is one of her best songs and there is a good reason why. ...

This Lee Ann Womack track was under her 1988 Album Some Things I Know. It was the second studio album from the singer and it was well-received by critics. It was said that the album packs a lot of different ...

Lee Ann Womack emerged as one of the biggest female contemporary artists in the late ’90s. Her signature song “I Hope You Dance“ really placed her into the country map with its massive success on the Country Billboard chart. With ...

One thing that makes a breakup difficult or to get over someone are the memories you shared with the other person. They don’t easily fade away, especially when you have spent quite a long time together. In this case, what ...

Regarded as one of the true queens of country music, Loretta Lynn has been one of the pillars of what real country music is. Her career, panning for over half of a century,  has become colorful, defining every decade of music. ...

Lee Ann Womack Photo Credit: www.youtube.com Version of Lee Ann Womack Lee Ann Womack recorded Rodney Crowell’s song “Ashes by Now” in 2000. Womack’s version of Rodney’s song became popular. It reached No. 4 on the Billboard Country Songs chart. ...

Lee Ann Womack performs at CMA. Photo Credits: John Rusell “The term ‘country music’ has been hijacked, and now it’s a marketing term.” – Lee Ann Womack An Interview with a Real Country Artist The days we live in sure ...

Lee Anne Womack (NRToday.com) “There Is a God” “There Is a God” is a ballad that describes the wonders of God’s creations. From things of beauty to lives as proof that “There is a God.” Watch a flock of birds  ...

In 1997, a year which Shania Twain, LeAnn Rimes, and Martina McBride were among the women hitting the country charts with pop-influenced tunes, a newcomer from Jacksonville, Texas, was about to earn raves (and even comparisons to fellow Texan George ...