Drew first discovered his musical voice while growing up in Brownwood, Texas. He wrote his first song in the 2nd grade then began dreaming of a life in music all the way through his years at San Angelo Central High School. As a young adult, he moved to Waco attending McLennan College where he would join forces with friends in an all-country music band. The group called themselves “Sons of the Desert” the name taken from a Laurel & Hardy movie. Drew’s brother, Tim, would eventually join the group as the lead guitar player. After paying their dues on the Texas Honky Tonk circuit they landed a major record deal in Nashville. Drew then honed his songwriting skills and sound on the group’s Top 10 hit “Whatever Comes First”. Drew also lent his voice to fellow Texan Lee Ann Womack’s big hit “I Hope You Dance” that won “Single Of The Year”. Drew racked up his first #1 song as a writer with “She’s Got It All” when Kenny Chesney took it to the top. After 13 years fronting “The Sons Of The Desert” Drew released a solo album in 2004. After returning back to Texas Drew Womack would call the Hill Country his home. Drew and Tim Womack were born in Brownwood, Texas.