Lee Ann Womack

Rams Head presents

Lee Ann Womack

Nick Norman

Mon, April 10, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$75.00 - $85.00

This event is 21 and over

Lee Ann Womack
Lee Ann Womack
Progressive traditionalist Lee Ann Womack has sung for Presidents, the Concert for the Nobel Prize and Maya Angelou’s Celebration of Joy Rising. More importantly, the Grammy-winner built a career seeking songs that slice life wide open to let the pain, the emptiness, the rage and the desire pour out.

A Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year, she’s also won the prestigious Album of the Year for There’s More Where That Came From, plus a pair of Single of the Years for “I May Hate Myself in the Morning” and “I Hope You Dance.” I Hope You Dance sold over 6 million albums; the title track topped multiple charts in multiple formats around the globe.

The East Texan is a duet partner of choice for Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Dr. John, Ralph Stanley, Buddy Miller, George Strait, Jim Lauderdale and Willie Nelson. A featured vocalist on Miller’s Silver Strings project, Rodney Crowell and Mary Karr’s Kin and music supervisor Randall Poster’s critically acclaimed Divided & United, Womack’s soprano has a purity that rivals Dolly Parton and an ache that suggests Emmylou Harris at her most haunted.
Nick Norman
Nick Norman
Immediately recognizable, Nick is known for two distinctive gifts: his soulful voice and infectious smile. It's hard to imagine that as a young boy he was told he would never be good enough to sing in the church's youth ensemble in Columbia, South Carolina where he grew up. Today he is truly the man with a golden voice; a talented singer/songwriter who delights his audiences with soulful and inspirational performances.

It was during his childhood when Nick first acquired his passion for music; his father played guitar, while his mother encouraged him to write. Attending Baptist church exposed him to the awe inspiring power of the choir. "It was how I first learned that you can truly make people feel what you feel, by believing in what you are singing. They sang from their hearts and that is something I believe that cannot be faked."

As a young man listening to South Carolina's emerging musicians of the time, such as Edwin McCain and Hootie and the Blowfish, he was also drawing from the styles of legendary artists including Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson. Inspired by an eclectic array of influences Nick created a sound all his own.

Branching out from his home state he performed on stages all over the southeast, eventually finding his way to the Southernmost city of Key West. As his solo acoustic shows were drawing crowds, Nick's songwriting was steadily being fueled by the artistic vibe of the island blending with his native southern roots.

In 2010, Nick collaborated with longtime friends Jon Stone & Lee Brice resulting in the recording of his first studio album Hey Cheater. This heartfelt album gave fans a raw look into the personal hardships of Nick's life by putting his heart on his sleeve in songs such as "Libba Don't Call" and "Varela St". Quickly becoming a Key West anthem, "Good Whiskey" can be heard by local musicians throughout Key West on any given evening.

With the support of an expanding fan base eager to hear his original music, Nick released his self produced album It's About Time in April of 2015. While Nick has taken on many hats through his musical career including producer, director and entrepreneur - his passion lies in live performances & songwriting.

Currently, when Nick is not on the road, he is writing and recording for new projects.
Venue Information:
Key West Theater
512 Eaton Street
Key West, FL, 33040