Womack sends out new single
Monday, January 12, 2015
– Lee Ann Womack is sending out a new single - "Send it On Down."
The record is from Womack's Grammy nominated Best Country Album "The Way I'm Livin'," released last year.
Womack's husband, Frank Liddell (Miranda Lambert, David Nail, Eli Young Band), produced the song, which was penned by Chris Knight and David Leone.
Womack has tour dates overseas and in the east:
Jan. 17 Danville, KY - Centre College's Norton Center for the Arts
Jan. 18 Charleston, WV - Mountain Stage
Feb. 20 Nashville, TN - City Winery
Feb. 28 Stockholm, Sweden - C2C Festival-Globe
March 1 Oslo, Norway - C2C Festival- Spektrum
March 7 London, UK - C2C Festival- O2 Arena
March 8 Dublin, Ireland - C2C Festival- O2 Dublin
April 18 Ridgefield, CT - Ridgefield Playhouse
April 19 Philadelphia, PA - World Café Live
April 20 New York, NY - City Winery
April 22 Vienna, VA - Barnes of Wolf Trap
April 23 Wilkesboro, NC - Merlefest
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