Will Preview Songs From Upcoming Album, Tentatively Titled 'The Way I'm Living,' on May 26
It has been close to four years since Lee Ann Womack has released new music, and her fans -- which includes such superstars as George Strait and Alan Jackson -- are getting just a little bit restless.
Finally, there appears to be some encouraging news in the Womack department. The singer has been in the studio with husband / producer Frank Liddell working on material for a new album. Though the music has been heavily guarded, the seven-time CMA winner will soon be previewing some of her new songs.
On May 26, the singer will make an appearance at the IP Resort and Casino in Biloxi, and plans are for her to unveil some of the new material at the show. A large number of members of the Lee Ann Womack Country Music Appreciation Society & Social Club will be in attendance, and it seemed the perfect time for Womack to give her fans a "taste" of the music she's been working on. In true "music before all fashion," the woman who's given the world "I May Hate Myself In The Morning," "A Little Past Little Rock" and "I Hope You Dance" will treat the fan club members to some of the songs from the project tentatively titled "The Way I'm Living" during a very special performance.