Lee Ann Womack Net Worth

Lee Ann Womack Net Worth:
$20 Million
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Lee Ann Womack net worth: Lee Ann Womack is an American country music singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $20 million. Lee Ann Womack was born in Jacksonville, Texas in August 1966. Woman is known for her old fashioned country music songs with frequent topics such as lost love and cheating.

She had a major crossover hit with 2000's "I Hope You Dance" which reached #1 on the Billboard Country Chart and #16 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her self-titled debut studio album was released in 1997 and went Platinum in the US reaching #1 on the US Heatseekers chart and #9 on the US Country chart. Her 2000 album I Hope You Dance was certified 3x Platinum in the United States and Platinum in Canada. Womack has released six studio albums including her latest The Way I'm Livin in 2014. Her popular singles include "Never Again, Again", "The Fool", "You've Got to Talk to Me", "Buckaroo", "A Little Past Little Rock", "I'll Think of a Reason later", "(Now You See Me) Now You Don't", "Don't Tell Me", "I Hope You Dance", "Ashes by Now", "Why They Call It Falling", "Does My Ring Burn Your Finger", "Something Worth Leaving Behind", "Forever Everyday", "The Wrong Girl", "I May Hate Myself in the Morning", "He Outta Know That by Now", "Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago", "Finding My Way Back Home", "Last Call", "Solitary Thinkin", and "There Is a God". Womack has won five Academy of Country Music Awards, five Country Music Association Awards, and a Grammy Award. Womack has also sold more than six million records worldwide.

Lee Ann Womack Net Worth

Lee Ann Womack

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:Aug 19, 1966 (55 years old)
Height:5 ft (1.54 m)
Profession:Singer-songwriter, Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Guitarist
Nationality:United States of America
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