Elle — Fresh off the heels red Tony Lamas of her Grammy win for best country album, Miranda Lambert—who just today dropped the video for “Little Red Wagon,” a saucy romp that New York dubbed the best song off her latest album, Platinum—is kicking things into overdrive. In addition to her 54-stop nationwide tour, Lambert also proudly serves as an authentic role model to young girls everywhere. “It’s a scary
Miranda has released the music video for her latest single Little Red Wagon. You can watch it above. I have also added 275 HD screen captures to the gallery from the video, be sure to check them out!
On (February 08, 2015) Miranda Lambert attended the The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Miranda looked stunning as she walked the red carpet in a Gabriela Cadena gown with husband Blake Shelton. Inside the show Miranda performed her latest single “Little Red Wagon” and picked up her second Grammy for Best Country Album! Congratulations Miranda! You can now check out 100+ high quality photos in the gallery.
Scans from Miranda’s February 02, 2015 issue of Country Weekly have been added to the gallery.
Country Weekly — Miranda Lambert is leaping further into her partnership with Ram Trucks with a new advertising campaign for the popular brand. The campaign includes television spots, print ads, videos and a new song “inspired by the shared spirit of Ram trucks and Miranda Lambert,” called “Roots and Wings,” which Miranda wrote and recorded. The first print ad will run in the Feb. 2 issue of Country Weekly, featuring
Video of the Year “American Kids” — Kenny Chesney “Cop Car” — Keith Urban “Drunk on a Plane” — Dierks Bentley “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” — Glen Campbell “Somethin’ Bad” — Miranda Lambert feat. Carrie Underwood Vocal Event of the Year “Lonely Tonight” — Blake Shelton feat. Ashley Monroe “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s” — Tim McGraw feat. Faith Hill “Somethin’ Bad” — Miranda Lambert feat. Carrie Underwood “The South”
UPI — Miranda Lambert, Sam Smith, Pharrell Williams and Usher have joined the lineup for next month’s 57th annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles, CBS announced Wednesday. Also scheduled to take the stage at the Feb. 8 ceremony at the Staples Center will be Common and John Legend. The pair will sing “Glory,” their Oscar-nominated song from the Best Picture Academy Award-nominated film Selma. They join previously announced performers
The Boot — Miranda Lambert has a lot of hit singles under her belt, but the superstar says there are a few of her songs that she counts as favorites — and they may be unexpected choices. “‘Dead Flowers’ is a definite favorite. ‘Love Looking for You’ is another one,” she says. “Neither was a huge hit, but from a songwriting perspective, I’m proud of both of those. “‘Love Looking