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Lee Ann Womack, is the country singer songwriter best known for her single “I Hope You Dance” which became a number one hit in the Billboard Country Chart and a top fifteen single of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her trademark.
Womack made her debut album release on May 13th 1997, with an eponymous album. It later reached platinum status and reached number 9 on the country charts, her sophomore album “Some Things I Know” released a couple of years later reached similar success. It featured the singles “A Little Past Little Rock” and “I’ll think of a Reason Later that both reached number two on the US Country Charts.
It was when Womack struck gold with her album “I Hope You Dance” the album released on May 23rd 2000 that topped the country charts, going 3x Platinum in the US. The album featured the hit single “I Hope You Dance”, which also topped the charts, and as a single in it’s own right, was certified Platinum. Following this album, her releases were consistently chart topping with the release of the album “Something Worth Leaving Behind” which was one away from the top spot, and like it’s predecessor, reaching number 16 in the Billboard 200 chart. With some solid foundations having been laid down, the country and western singer songwriter’s effort were always present in the chart right up until her album “The Way I’m Livin” released on September 23rd 2014 on new label, Sugar Hill Records, which unfortunately didn’t quite match the stats of the “I Hope you Dance” album, but still graced the country charts making it to number 18. Her highest Billboard 200 release was for her album “There’s More Where that Came From” which made it to number 12 in the chart, and was later certified Gold.