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Lee Ann Womack to Sing for Loretta Lynn in New York City
Lee Ann Womack will sing in honor of Loretta Lynn at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards induction ceremony in New York City on June 19. Lynn's fellow inductees include Desmond Child, Albert Hammond, Alan Menken and John Sebastian. Blake Shelton will perform in honor of Hammond. Randy Goodrum will also present Anne Murray with the Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award to recognize her long career. Goodrum wrote one of Murray's most famous songs, "You Needed Me," as well as her No. 1 country hits, "Broken Hearted Me" and "Now and Forever (You and Me)."
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