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Rolling Stone: John Prine, Bob Weir, Lee Ann Womack Set for ‘Across the Great Divide’ Concert

In what will be a groundbreaking first for two of the most important roots-music organizations in the country, the Americana Music Association and the Blues Foundation are joining forces to stage “Across the Great Divide,” a joint benefit concert set for Friday, October 19th, at the Ace Theatre in Los Angeles.

Artists slated to perform include John Prine, Bob Weir, Lucinda Williams, Lee Ann Womack and Shemekia Copeland, along with Doyle Bramhall II, Larkin Poe, Joe Louis Walker, Tash Neal and other surprise guests. Leading the house band as musical director for the event will be Jimmy Vivino, front man of the Basic Cable Band on the TBS late-night show Conan.

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Pre-sale tickets will be available 8/23 at 12 noon ET/9am PT with code AMABLUES and the public on sale 8/24 at 12 noon ET/9 am PT! Click here for tickets.

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Lee Ann Womack on Overheard with Evan Smith

Time well spent on Overheard with Evan Smith discussing my latest album, growing up in East Texas, and modern country music! Watch the full interview below or on

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All-New LAW Merchandise Available Now

Hot off the press! I am thrilled to announce that we have brand new merchandise and for the first time ever, it is available online! Shop exclusive bundles including an autographed copy of my latest album, hat, t-shirt and ...

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Lee Ann Womack Nominated for Americana Song of the Year

The Americana Music Association® announced the nominees for its 17th annual Honors & Awards show this afternoon at an intimate members-only ceremony held at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum. 

 

Lee Ann Womack was ...

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Lee Ann Womack Nominated for a CMT Music Award!

Lee Ann Womack, Andra Day, Common, Little Big Town, and Danielle Bradbery's performance of “Stand Up For ...

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Lee Ann Womack Performs for NPR's Tiny Desk

Lee Ann Womack occupies rare terrain in country music. Though massively popular singles led to commercial success and widespread recognition, these days, she's working on the fringes of the genre. Her 2017 record, The Lonely, The Lonesome ...

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Lee Ann Womack On World Cafe

Lee Ann Womack could choose to sing anything in the world. She could sing the periodic table or the label on a can of baked beans or an essay about the various ways paint dries and it would sound thrilling.

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Lee Ann Womack released the official video for “All The Trouble,” the lead single from her most recent critically acclaimed record ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone’. Filmed in Los Angeles and directed by Claire Marie Vogel, the ...

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18th Annual Country Music Critics' Poll: Lee Ann Womack's Lonely at the Top

"I miss country music,” Lee Ann Womack says over the phone from her home in Nashville. “For the better part of my career, I was on a label that was trying to get airplay on country radio, and radio wasn’t playing country music. I’m not sure ...

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NPR: The 50 Best Albums Of 2017

Lee Ann Womack's new album The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone begins, appropriately, with just her voice. "All the Trouble" starts with a nearly a capella verse from Womack, evoking an eerie calm that foreshadows the track's ...

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