Today's Catch of the Day comes to us from an established artist, a singer who first came to our attention with her self-titled 1997 debut, but success caught up to her with her third album, 2000's I Hope You Dance.
Lee Ann Womack has a traditional country sound, but she isn't bound by genre lines. When the singer stopped by the Taste of Country Nights studio recently, she opened up about an R&B collaboration, also revealing that one huge civil rights activist is a huge fan of hers.
The T Bone Burnett-produced O Brother, Where Are Thou? wins Album of the Year and one of its tracks, The Soggy Bottom Boys' "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow," gets Single of the Year during the 35th Country Music Association awards in Nashville.
Lee Ann Womack and John Legend will perform tomorrow night on "CMT Crossroads". Here is a video of them performing John's current single "You & I (Nobody in the World)". This is a beautiful song and I can see it being the next first dance song for a lot of weddings.
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