LEE ANN WOMACK LEAVES UNIVERSAL
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UNDATED (AP) -- Lee Ann Womack has a new album in the works. Now she just has to find a new label. According to "Country Weekly" Womack has left Universal Music Group, her home for more than 14 years. Womack was first signed to Decca Records Nashville and later moved to Universal's MCA Records. While there, she released five studio albums featuring a number of singles, including her number-one crossover hit, "I Hope You Dance." In a statement released to "Country Weekly" Womack says shes' "eager to see what life after 'leaving home' is like."