The biggest country award of the 2015 Grammy Awards is Best Country Album, and there are several fan-favorite artists up for the prize. Last year, Kacey Musgraves walked away with the trophy, but there's a whole new roster of talented singers nominated this time around.
For her first album in seven years, Lee Ann Womack decided not to worry about how her songs would do on country radio. The singer says that she laments that "bro-country" is dominating the charts, and she strives to stay true to what she believes country music should be.
A great country song can inspire you, make you laugh or make you cry. It may even enliven you to do crazy things like jump out of an airplane, dance like no one is watching ... or do a little damage to a cheater's beloved truck.
Thanksgiving is all about turkey, stuffing and counting your blessings, so here's something else you can add to your list of thanks: Lee Ann Womack will be performing the National Anthem at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 27).
Lee Ann Womack is heading overseas. The songstress has been announced as one of the performers for the 2015 Country to Country Festival, performing in both London's O2 Arena and Dublin's 3 Arena next March.
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