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May 7

Lee Ann Womack to Preview New Music for Her Fan Club

Lee Ann Womack photo courtesy of MCA Nashville. Photo credit Danny Clinch.

Lee Ann Womack has been in the studio working on new music with her husband/producer Frank Liddell, but she’s kept the details under wraps – until now. The album is still a work in progress, but she will share her new music with the Lee Ann Womack’s Country Music Appreciation Society & Social Club during a special sound check for an upcoming show at Biloxi’s IP Resort & Casino on May 26.

“I’ve been living with this music now for months, and I’m dying to let the fans hear some,” Lee Ann said. “It’s funny. Frank and I just never seemed to really get around to working together, beyond those few tracks on I Hope You Dance. We both love music so much in so many ways, we really challenged each other in the best way!

“He knows my voice,” Lee Ann continued. “He understands the things I love. He knows where I want to go in ways I can’t even say. And when we got started – from having Randy Scruggs help me work up the songs on acoustic guitar – it was just a whole different process, that just kept building. We’ve got real country songs; we’ve got some Texas songs, a bit of gospel, some surprises. I’m fired up – and I think the fans will be, too.”

Besides her new music, Lee Ann will also play some of her signature songs during sound check and spend some time visiting with her fans and getting their opinion on her latest work. The Social Club is free and open to anyone who loves country music or Lee Ann Womack. For more information, visit


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