Monday, October 19, 2015

Arts Insider Pick of the Week: Lee Ann Womack at the Kentucky Center

American country music singer-songwriter Lee Ann Womack is perhaps best known for her beautiful and inspiring ballad “I Hope You Dance” (2000), which sold over 3 million copies. In 2002 Womack won a Grammy Award for her duet “Mendocino County Line” with fellow Texan Willie Nelson. In 2005, Ms. Womack received multiple CMA awards including Album of the Year (“There’s More Where That Came From”), Single of the Year (“I May Hate Myself in the Morning”), and Musical Event of the Year for her “Good News, Bad News” duet with Country legend George Strait. In 2014 Womack released “The Way I’m Livin’” on Sugar Hill Records. Womack’s artistic trademark is her old fashioned-styled country music songs, often written about cheating and lost love.


WHEN: Friday, Oct. 23rd @ 8:00 PM
WHERE: Bomhard Theater @ Kentucky Center
TICKETS: $28
CONTACT: the box office walk up or drive-thru, or call 584.7777 or kentuckycenter.org/presents 


-Gioia Patton

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