June 13, 2013
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Pistol Annies have abruptly canceled all of their concerts that were scheduled for June, leaving Miranda Lambert to fill in as a solo act at the upcoming shows.

The trio released their second album, ‘Annie Up,’ in May and were expected to tour in support of it, mingling the dates between Lambert’s solo appearances and Ashley Monroe’s promotional efforts for her recent solo album ‘Like a Rose.’ Lambert performed solo at the Winstock Festival on June 7, where the group were scheduled, and will perform solo at the Country Stampede on June 30.

According to Keepin’ It Country, the only explanation provided to the promoter of the Winstock Festival was an email that read, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, Pistol Annies are unable to appear on any dates in June but Miranda Lambert will perform instead.”

The trio were expected to perform at last week’s CMT Awards, but did not. Lambert and Monroe both attended the awards show, and both appeared separately at events during the CMA Music Festival. Angaleena Presley was not photographed at either the CMT Awards or during CMA Music Festival. According to a tweet from Sirius XM’s The Highway, Monroe has confirmed that the trio are still friends and will continue to make music together.

The trio’s website offers no further information. The Events section simply reads, “There are no events at this time.”

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May 7, 2013



The Pistol Annies stopped by the Today Show to celebrate and promote the release of Annie Up. The trio performed Hush Hush, the first single off of the new album. I’ve added 12 MQ photos from this appearance to the gallery.



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May 6, 2013
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Blake Shelton premiered the new video for his single “Boys ‘Round Here” starring Pistol Annies and some friends. Screencaps will be in the gallery soon!

May 5, 2013
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Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Anagleena Presley (Pistol Annies) on the set, just in time for the release of their sophomore album, Annie Up, Pistol Annies unveil the brand new music video for their single ?Hush Hush.? The sassy trio of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Anagleena Presley, recently filmed the at the historic Johnson?s Chapel in Nashville. Directed by the award winning director Trey Fanjoy, the video features legendary singer Brenda Lee, Grammy Award winning artist Jim Lauderdale and many of the Pistol Annies family members. Pistol Annies video shoot on April 22, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee.



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- Music Videos > Hush Hush (with Pistol Annies) > Behind The Scenes

April 25, 2013
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It’s happy hour at the Timothy Demonbreun House, a dignified Nashville mansion with historical significance, and as Pistol Annies knock back a couple after a long media day for new album “Annie Up,” the ladies are very much enjoying each others’ company as they make a little history of their own.

Pistol Annies are made up of three maverick country singer/songwriters — Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley — at different positions on the upward trajectory of their respective career arcs. Even if the Annies are all successful as solo artists, particularly Lambert (who is clicking on all cylinders at radio, retail and headlining tours), whatever you do, don’t refer to the group as a “side project.”

“This not some kind of vanity project,” observes producer Frank Liddell. “They’re dead serious about it and they want it to succeed.”

The three united under a common bond of fierce independence, a rebellious nature, and heavyweight songwriting chops, surprising (and overwhelmingly appealing to) not only the country music “establishment,” as it were, but catching the ears of cynical music press and such artists as Neil Young, who casually tossed out in his new autobiography that the group are “writing their asses off.”

That, Mr. Young, would be correct. The Annies’ first album, 2011′s “Hell On Heels” emerged rather quietly but didn’t stay quiet long, simultaneously out alt.-ing alt.country, out roots-ing roots and out rocking country rock.

With insightful, masterfully delivered songs about love, lust, robust indulgence of a wide range of substances, and domestic dysfunction at all levels, the Annies were, and are, completely dialed into the consciousness of what a certain segment of young American adults are living today, and strikingly divergent from much of what is happening on the contemporary country scene today. Frank, insightful, sharp and totally engaging, songs like “Takin’ Pills,” “Beige,” and “Trailer For Rent” tapped into the spectrum of frustration and celebration in a manner that recalls not only the riskier work of Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, or Lucinda Williams, but also brings to mind certain commentaries by the likes of Haggard, Cash, John Prine or even Young himself.

Still, Pistol Annies’ perspective is proudly feminine. “It’s inside insight into how women’s minds work,” says Presley. “Listen and take notes, boys.”

More often than on the first record, all three Annies (and only them) are involved in writing the songs on “Annie Up,” and much like last time, each are unfiltered doses of spirit, poignancy, romance, and sharp social observation. Hanging with Pistol Annies is, as Liddell puts it, “flat-out fun,” and here we talk about the new record, their songwriting, and how their evolution as artists and people. Throughout, Pistol Annies show they don’t take themselves too seriously, as long as you don’t call it a side project.

Billboard: The first record seemed to come out of nowhere, but people are definitely paying attention now. Did you feel any pressure to equal or top the last record?

Angaleena Presley: If the songs wouldn’t have come on their own, the way they did, then I don’t think we would be sitting here right now.

Miranda Lambert: We don’t want to force it, ever.

Angaleena: We say our A&R guy, his name’s Jesus Christ. He brought us together, and he gave us the songs, and the time to spend with each other, and the music drives what we do.

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March 2, 2013



Kelly Clarkson helped Sony Music Nashville rock its annual boat show with a performance of a brand new song. The Grammy-winning pop goddess and American Idol alum debuted “Ain’t Gonna Like This,” with Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley aka the fierce country trio Pistol Annies, backing her.

Unfortunately, only a bit of the live performance has made its way to YouTube. But a snippet is all we need to knowl that the track, which finds Kelly declaring her loves for a wide array of musical genres and performers, like Coltrane, Johnny, and Elvis, is an absolute killer.

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GALLERY LINK:
- Appearances & Events > 2013 > 02/28/13 – Sony Music Nashville’s 27th Annual Cruise

February 17, 2013
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Go behind the scenes of “Consider Me” with songwriters Ashley Monroe and Brendan Benson, as well as Callie Khouri as they perfrom and talk about the song. “Consider Me” is sang by actress Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes on the hit ABC show Nashville. Check out Ashley and Hayden’s versions below, and it you like it purchase it here.

If your curious about when you can catch Nashville check it out on Wednesdays on ABC at 9/10c or go here to watch full episodes.


Ashley Monroe & Brendan Benson & Callie Khouri

Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes & Charles Esten as Deacon Claybourne

October 10, 2012
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Miranda has been nominated for 5 American Country Awards including Artist Of The Year: New Artist with the Pistol Annies! The entire show is FAN VOTED, and it’s already open, so head on over to TheACAS.Com and vote for Miranda and the Pistol Annies for the following awards. Tune in on December 10th at 8pm EST on FOX to see if our girl can take them home this year!

Artist of the Year: Female
Sara Evans
Miranda Lambert
Martina McBride
Taylor Swift
Carrie Underwood

Artist of the Year: New Artist
Lauren Alaina
Hunter Hayes
Jana Kramer
Kip Moore
Pistol Annies

Single of the Year: Female
Sara Evans, “My Heart Can’t Tell You No”
Miranda Lambert, “Over You”
Martina McBride, “I’m Gonna Love You Through It”
Taylor Swift, “Ours”
Carrie Underwood, “Good Girl”

Touring Artist of the Year
Jason Aldean
Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw
Eric Church
Toby Keith
Lady Antebellum
Miranda Lambert
Brad Paisley
Rascal Flatts
Taylor Swift
Zac Brown Band

Music Video of the Year: Female
Sara Evans, “My Heart Can’t Tell You No”
Miranda Lambert, “Over You”
Martina McBride, “I’m Gonna Love You Through It”
Taylor Swift, “Ours”
Carrie Underwood, “Good Girl”

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