LIVE: Lee Ann Womack

Country-crossover singer Lee Ann Womack got the Belly Up to dance on Feb. 22, when Ryan Beaver opened.

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Country singer Lee Ann Womack showed Belly Up that "There's More Where That Came From" at her show on Feb. 22.
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Texas-born Ryan Beaver opened the stage.
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Womack started her music career in 1997, playing contemporary country with old school elements.
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She's garnered comparisons to Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette, among others.
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In the near 20 years since her start, Womack has released six studio albums, earned a handful of awards from the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association, and one Grammy.
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She's sold more than six million records worldwide.
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Born in Texas to a DJ, Womack was exposed to music early in life.
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Her second single, "The Fool," made it into the Top 5 on the Billboard Country charts in 1997.
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Womack had some crossover success with the release of her third studio album, "I Hope You Dance," in 2000.
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The title track stayed at no. 1 on the Billboard Country chart for five weeks and broke into the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at no. 14.
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That year she was invited to perform the song at the Nobel Peace Prize concert.
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While the pop-crossover success earned Womack wider recognition, she eventually went back to her country roots on subsequent recordings.
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Ryan Beaver, while born in Texas, currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
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The 31-year-old musician got his start some nine years ago and has released two albums.
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The first, "Under the Neons," dropped in early 2008.
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His sophomore follow-up, "Constant," was released three years later.
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His third album, "Rx," is forthcoming, set to be released in May 2016.
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