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Lee Ann Womack

cantautora de country estadounidense

Lee Ann Womack (Jacksonville, Texas, 19 de agosto de 1966) es una cantautora estadounidense de música country y americana.[1]

Lee Ann Womack
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Información personal
Nacimiento 19 de agosto de 1966 Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata (53 años)
Jacksonville (Estados Unidos) Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Nacionalidad Estadounidense Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Partido político
Características físicas
Ojos Azules Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Cabello Cabello castaño Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Familia
Cónyuge
  • Jason Sellers (1990-1996)
  • Frank Liddell (desde 1999) Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Educación
Educada en
  • Belmont University
  • South Plains College Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Información profesional
Ocupación Cantante, guitarrista y compositora de canciones Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Años activa desde 1996
Género Country Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Instrumento Guitarra y voz Ver y modificar los datos en Wikidata
Discográfica
Web
Sitio web

En 2000, su single "I Hope You Dance" resultó un éxito.

Womack nació en Jacksonville, Texas.[2]

DiscografíaEditar

  • 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)

Premios y nominacionesEditar

Año Premio Categoría Obra Resultado
1997 Country Music Association Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
1998 Academy of Country Music Awards Top New Female Vocalist Herself Won
British Country Music Awards Best International Country Album of the Year Some Things I Know Won
Country Music Association Horizon Award Herself Nominated
Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
TNN/Music City News Country Awards Star of Tomorrow - Female Artist Herself Won
American Music Awards Favorite Country New Artist Herself Won
2000 Country Music Association Awards Single of the Year I Hope You Dance Won
2001 Academy of Country Music Awards Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Top Single of the Year I Hope You Dance Won
Top Song of the Year I Hope You Dance Won
Top Vocal Event of the Year (with Sons of the Desert) I Hope You Dance Won
Grammy Awards Best Country Album I Hope You Dance Nominated
Best Female Country Vocal Performance I Hope You Dance Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Won
Music Video of the Year Ashes By Now Nominated
Billboard Music Awards Adult Contemporary Song of the Year I Hope You Dance Won
2002 Country Music Association Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
Vocal Event of the Year (with Willie Nelson) Mendocino County Line Won
Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
2003 Grammy Awards Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (with Willie Nelson) Mendocino County Line Won
Best Country Female Vocal Performance Something Worth Leaving Behind Nominated
Academy of Country Music Awards Top Vocal Event of the Year (with Willie Nelson) Mendocino County Line Won
Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
2005 Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Single Record of the Year I May Hate Myself In the Morning Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
Musical Event of the Year (with Willie Nelson) I'll Never Be Free Nominated
Single of the Year I May Hate Myself In the Morning Won
Music Video of the Year I May Hate Myself In the Morning Nominated
Album of the Year There's More Where That Came From Won
Vocal Event of the Year (with George Strait) Good News, Bad News Won
2006 Academy of Country Music Album of the Year There's More Where That Came From Nominated
Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Music Video of the Year I May Hate Myself in the Morning Nominated
2009 Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Country Music Association Vocal Event of the Year (with George Strait) Everything But Quits Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Female Country Vocal Performance Last Call Nominated
2010 Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Country Music Association Vocal Event of the Year (with Alan Jackson) Till The End Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Country Album Call Me Crazy Nominated
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (with George Strait) Everything But Quits Nominated
Best Female Country Vocal Performance Solitary Thinkin' Nominated
2011 Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
2015 Grammy Awards Best Country Album The Way I'm Livin' Nominated
CMT Music Awards Female Video of the Year The Way I'm Livin' Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
British Country Music Association International Album of the Year The Way I'm Livin' Nominated
International Act of the Year Herself Nominated
Americana Music Association Album of the Year The Way I'm Livin' Nominated
Artist of the Year Herself Nominated
2016 Grammy Awards Best Country Solo Performance Chances Are Nominated

ReferenciasEditar

  1. «Lee Ann Womack». Musician Guide. Consultado el 7 de febrero de 2015. 
  2. «Lee Ann Womack». Ask Men. Archivado desde el original el 7 de febrero de 2015. Consultado el 7 de febrero de 2015.