30.11.2017 news

Lee Ann Womack’s New Video For “All The Trouble” Out Now

Lee Ann Womack releases alluring “All The Trouble” video today

Womack currently on nationwide headlining tour w. NYC, Nashville dates this Spring.

Lee Ann Womack released the official video for “All The Trouble,” the lead single from her most recent critically acclaimed record ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone’ (ATO). Filmed in Los Angeles and directed by Claire Marie Vogel, the striking video captures the song’s “bitter blues” (New York Times), “smoldering, moody arrangement” (No Depression) and the raw immediacy of Lee Ann’s gold-spun vocals.

Watch and please feel free to share.

NPR says ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone’ is an album “bound for the country canon.” It was named one of the best albums of 2017 on multiple NPR lists, along with Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Garden & Gun, Rolling Stone Country and Stereogum, who named it the #1 country album of the year. This week, Lee Ann was featured on the cover of the Nashville Scene’s 18th Annual Country Music Critics’ Poll and voted the Top Female Artist of 2017 with her album voted the #3 best country album of the year.

Lee Ann is currently on her nationwide “All The Trouble” tour. These full-band shows feature many of the tracks from ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone,’ which Stereogum praises is both “traditional and avant-garde.” A complete list of dates is available below, as well as at herĀ website.

 

Upcoming tour dates:

Feb. 4 – Cayamo Cruise

Feb. 16 – Arizona MusicFest – Scottsdale, AZ

Feb. 17 – Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace – Bakersfield, CA – SOLD OUT

Feb. 18 – The Tower Theatre – Fresno, CA

Feb. 19 – Bankhead Theater – Livermore, CA

Feb. 22 – The Chapel – San Francisco, CA

Feb. 23 – McNear’s Mystic Theatre – Petaluma, CA

Feb. 24 – Center for the Arts – Grass Valley, CA

Feb. 27 – State Theatre – Red Bluff, CA

Feb. 28 – The Belfry – Sisters, OR – SOLD OUT

March 1 – Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA – SOLD OUT

March 2 – Admiral Theatre – Bremerton, WA

March 3 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR – SOLD OUT

March 15 – Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, MD

March 16 – Infinity Hall Hartford – Hartford, CT

March 17 – Paramount Theatre – Rutland, VT

March 18 – City Winery – Boston, MA

March 20 – City Winery – New York, NY – SOLD OUT

March 22 – Sellersville Theater – Sellersville, PA+

March 23 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VA+

March 24 – Don Gibson Theatre – Shelby, NC+ – SOLD OUT

March 25 – Mountain Stage – Charleston, WV

March 28 – Tift Theatre – Tifton, GA%

March 29 – City Winery – Atlanta, GA%

March 30 – City Winery – Atlanta, GA%

March 31 – Diana Wortham Theatre – Asheville, NC%

April 6 – The Basement East – Nashville, TN

April 7 – The Basement East – Nashville, TN

April 13 – Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mount, VA#

April 14 – The Beacon Theatre – Hopewell, VA#

April 19 – The Heights Theatre – Houston, TX

April 20 – Gruene Hall – New Braunfels, TX – SOLD OUT

April 22 – The Kessler Theater – Dallas, TX

May 5 – Prairie Band Casino @ Resort – Great Lakes Ballroom – Mayetta, KS

August 17 – Bank of NH Pavilion – Gilford, NH@

+ denotes show with opener Sarah Allison Turner
% denotes show with opener Charlie Worsham
# denotes show with openers Caroline Spence + Robby Hecht
@ denotes show with Alan Jackson

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