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LEE ANN PROMISES MORE COUNTRY

Lee Ann Womack declares that she recorded her CMA-nominated, and highly traditional, CD There's More Where That Came From to please herself and not radio programmers. "This record was obviously not a conscious effort to get on the radio," says Lee Ann. "Not that it's not commercial, but I think people could tell I wasn't trying to please everybody with this." Lee Ann also promises that she'll continue to do traditional-sounding country numbers like her current single, "Twenty Years and Two Husbands Ago." She says, "Twin fiddles and steel guitar is not what's happening right now. But I know there's an audience out there that loves the hard-core country stuff like I do."

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