Sons of the Desert was an American country music band founded in 1989 in Waco, Texas by brothers Drew Womack (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Tim Womack (lead guitar, background vocals), along with Scott Saunders (keyboards), Doug Virden (bass guitar, background vocals), and Brian Westrum (drums). The band released Whatever Comes First for Epic Records Nashville in 1997, and recorded a second album for Epic which was not released. Change followed in 2000. Counting two singles from the unreleased album, Sons of the Desert charted eight times on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the top ten hit "Whatever Comes First"; they were also guest vocalists on Lee Ann Womack’s 2000 hit "I Hope You Dance" and Ty Herndon’s "It Must Be Love", both of which reached No. 1 on that chart. Following the band’s disestablishment, Drew Womack became a solo artist.