More Country Stars That Struck Gold

When Lee Ann Womack first appeared in the country scene, she was instantly recognized as a modern mix of Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette. The country singer managed to bring fans back to the older days of female country songs with her musical style being deeply rooted in traditional country. When Ann Womack debuted in 1997, she instantly received fame and acclaim for her music. She is best known for the title song “I Hope You Dance” from her debut album, and has managed to achieve quite a lot with a relatively small discography.
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When Ann Womack released, There’s More Where That Came From, her second album, she was quick to find out that the name was exactly the right fit because it performed just as-well or even better than the first. The traditional country singer took a break in 2008 and only returned to the music scene six years later with the album “The Way I’m Livin”, which sold over six million copies in the US. Ann Womack has definitely built a very impressive career with a relatively low amount of work, compared to other country singers, and currently boasts a net worth around $20 million