LEE ANN WOMACK PREVIEWS NEW CD

Last night in Nashville at the Ryman Auditorium, Lee Ann Womack gave a mostly music industry crowd a very special preview performance of her new album, There's More Where That Came From. She sang the album from start to finish, backed by a stellar 10-piece band, complete with twin fiddles. The CD won't hit stores until February 8, but rave reviews are already pouring in. Jane magazine gave it four stars and said, "You have to love a country CD that opens in a motel room and ends with a psalm. In between, it'll just make you bawl. Even at work." Around the release date, look for an exclusive bonus CD single not on the album, called "I'll Be Your Whiskey," available at Best Buy stores for a limited time.

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