No costume changes, big bells and whistles, or pyro necessary – just great, authentic country music by one of its best. The Pistol Annies are, from left, Miranda Lambert, Angaleena Presley and Knoxville native Ashley Monroe.
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Miranda Lambert, 12-time CMA Award winner, is joined by the songwriters to perform her double-Platinum album, Weight of These Wings, at Marathon Music Works in Nashville. Lambert put her heart and soul into her live show, and the audience felt it from the first hit song to the last Friday night. No costume changes, big bells and whistles, or pyro necessary – just great, authentic country music by one of its best.
A: Honestly, I just love her music. If you turn on country radio, you can’t tell if it’s rock or rap or pop. I kind of gave up on the whole genre thing. I just think Elle is a badass, and I think she’s different and sticks to her guns and it’s just who she is. As a fan, I want to share the stage with her. That’s really the main reason I brought her out.
About the openers: Maybe the best country song of the night was performed two hours before Lambert even came onstage. Ashley McBryde’s One Night Standards” is proof they do still write ’em like that anymore, a description of a hook-up as unsentimental as it is precise, and McBryde’s whole set motored with southern rock and sharp lyrics when you listened up. But she got 20 minutes, where Elle King got three times that to over-sing in an affected drawl and bludgeon tuff-gal clichés with dull blooze riffs. Like Carrie Underwood, Lambert has given country radio’s no-girls-aloud programming the finger with her all-female touring lineup. But just think: King’s hour could have made way for two half-hour sets from Presley and Monroe.
Maybe country radio will come around for Lambert’s next album “Wildcard,” out next month, but I doubt it. Lambert played five songs from that record, from the rousing show opener “Locomotive” to the sassy “Tequila Does” (perhaps the album’s best chance at heavy radio play) to the bubbly “It All Comes Out In the Wash,” with its playful shrugs toward social faux pas.
Lambert did include some familiar hits in her set. This #1 song from 2011—written by Lambert with Monroe and Travis Howard—exemplifies Lambert’s fondness for songs that deal with breaking social mores in playful yet daring ways. Performed as a duet with Monroe—the duo has a spirited chemistry on stage—the song recounts the actions of a young woman who willfully thwarts the expectations of her family, her church, and her community in her determination to live as she desires. Ultimately, the singers suggest that Jesus would understand, and not condemn, the small rebellions. Lambert and Monroe traded mischievous glances and played off each other’s strutting stage moves, accentuating the liberating joy that acts of defiance can bring.
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Lambert’s debut album Kerosene (2005) was certified Platinum in the United States and produced the singles “Me and Charlie Talking,” ” Bring Me Down ,” ” Kerosene ” and “New Strings.” All four singles reached the top 40 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Her second album, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend , was released in early 2007. Three of its singles (” Famous in a Small Town ,” ” Gunpowder & Lead ” and ” More Like Her “) peaked within the top 20 on the country songs chart, with “Gunpowder & Lead” becoming her first top 10 entry in July 2008. Her third album, Revolution , was released in September 2009. Two of its songs – ” The House That Built Me ” and ” Heart Like Mine ” – topped the Hot Country Songs chart.
Her sixth straight album to hit No. 1 on the Country chart, it also crossed over to No. 3 on Billboard’s all-genre Albums chart, sold platinum, and produced two platinum hits in Tin Man” and Vice.” It won her four Academy of Country Music Awards, including Album of the Year, song of the Year for Tin Man” and her ninth consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year, and got her four Grammy Award nominations.
Since 2005, Lambert has released six albums that have gone on to achieve platinum certification. Her latest work, released in November 2016, is The Weight of These Wings, an expansive, challenging, creatively fulfilling set that was named Album of the Year by the ACM.
Answer: It’s a different feeling for both. Pistol Annies brings a new energy, especially if they come out during my show. It kind of breaks up the monotony of just doing it yourself every night. But I also get in such a good rhythm when I’m pretty heavily on tour and in a routine. I like them both, actually.
Lambert won the Country Music Association Awards’ Album of the Year twice in a row, making her the first woman to do that. And she won nine Academy of Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year awards in a row — the most consecutive wins in that category — beating out Reba McEntire.
Miranda Lambert has released the cheeky new song Pretty Bitchin’” from her upcoming album Wildcard The track is Lambert’s sixth song to be revealed off the record, which was produced by Jay Joyce and arrives November 1st.
After releasing the single “Vice” in July 2016, Lambert followed with The Weight of These Wings later in the year. It became her sixth album to achieve platinum certification, as well as her fifth to win album of the year honors at the ACM Awards.
Justin Timberlake played his first Milwaukee concert in 15 years at Fiserv Forum on Sept. 21, 2018, the top-grossing tour at the arena last year with $2.3 million in ticket sales. He wasn’t the first pop act to play Fiserv Forum though; Maroon 5 played Fiserv Forum Sept. 16, 2018, but prohibited press photography at the show.
Next week, Lambert will revive her all-women Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour , kicking off September 13th in Uncasville, Connecticut. The tour will feature opening acts such as Elle King, Maren Morris, Tenille Townes, Ashley McBride, and Lambert’s supergroup the Pistol Annies.
Luke Bryan , Miranda Lambert , and Tim McGraw are set to headline the 2020 Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival, which takes place April 17th to 19th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. While the beachside three-day festival remains close to its country origins in its eighth year, the lineup also boasts an array of performers from all genres.
A few moments earlier, the Pistol Annies —Lambert, Presley, and Ashley Monroe—had strolled out to a thunderous reception from the crowd. The musical partners shared the crowd’s excitement, elated to be on stage together once again.
Miranda Lambert’s has tasted huge success in country music. It is impossible for any country music fan not to know her name. Along with such a name and fame, Miranda’s personal life has also gone through several changes.
Country queen Miranda Lambert turned the stadium into a honkytonk with her “Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars” tour. All of the acts on the tour are female-led and all about empowering other women, getting over bad men or just having a drink or two – or more – with friends.
Lambert performed “Been To Canaan” as part of a medley with Martina McBride , Amy Grant and Jennifer Nettles at the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring Carole King The annual gala raises funds for MusiCares, which provides services and resources that cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies for music people.
4 Luv of Dog Rescue will collaborate with Miranda Lambert’s Fill the Little Red Wagon program at her FARGODOME concert on Thursday. Country music superstar Miranda Lambert turned 21 in Bossier City. For 2009’s Revolution, Lambert seemed to find her romantic side with such songs as “Making Plans” and “Love Song”; she worked on the No. 1 country album with fellow country star Blake Shelton.
The country singer is returning to town for a show in which she’ll be both the headliner, performing under her own name, and an opening act, playing with her side project, Pistol Annies. Miranda Lambert performs onstage to kick off her sold out residency at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on September 19, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee.
FARGO — Since her 2005 debut, Miranda Lambert has become one of the undisputed queens of country music. Miranda Lambert is returning to town for a show in which she’ll be both the headliner and part of the opening act, Pistol Annies.
MusicRow has released its 2019 Publisher Issue, with Carrie Underwood gracing the cover. Music-wise, Lambert is gearing up to release a brand-new album, Wildcard, on Nov. 1. She’s “really happy,” she says , and fans can expect to hear it in her new music.
Lambert put her heart and soul into her live show, and the audience felt it from the first hit song to the last Friday night. No costume changes, big bells and whistles, or pyro necessary – just great, authentic country music by one of its best.
So I’m going to work as hard as I can toward that. But I’m also okay with the fact that when all the awards shows go away and I’m not getting to be on the red carpet and not getting all this publicity, I’ll know that I had my moment and I loved it. I’m going to be content wherever I am, because you have to be — there’s nothing you can do at that point. But I’m still going to be writing songs, and I’m still going to be playing shows. Because I love it.