February 4th, 2015 · Gallery Update, RAM Trucks Campaign, Videos



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 Miranda on the cover, which hits newsstands Jan. 23. The campaign is designed to coincide with Miranda’s current Certified Platinum Tour. The silver Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn, just like the one Miranda owns, is the official truck of Miranda’s tour and will tow her Airstream trailer to each venue.

“I am very inspired by what the Ram brand stands for—being who you are, working hard, staying true to your roots,” Miranda said in a release about the campaign. “I wanted to write a song that would represent all of those things. ‘Roots and Wings’ is personal to me about where I come from and where I am going.”

February 4th, 2015 · Award Shows

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” — The Cadillac Three feat. Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley and Mike Eli
“This Is How We Roll” — Florida Georgia Line feat. Luke Bryan

Single Record of the Year

“American Kids” — Kenny Chesney
“Automatic” — Miranda Lambert
“Dirt” — Florida Georgia Line
“Drunk on a Plane” — Dierks Bentley
“I Don’t Dance” — Lee Brice

Song of the Year

“American Kids” — Kenny Chesney
“Automatic” — Miranda Lambert
“Drink a Beer” — Luke Bryan
“Follow Your Arrow” — Kacey Musgraves
“Give Me Back My Hometown” — Eric Church
“I Hold On” — Dierks Bentley

Album of the Year

Old Boots, New Dirt — Jason Aldean
Pain Killer — Little Big Town
Platinum — Miranda Lambert
Riser — Dierks Bentley
The Outsiders — Eric Church

Female Vocalist of the Year

Brandy Clark
Miranda Lambert
Martina McBride
Kacey Musgraves
Carrie Underwood

Entertainer of the Year

Jason Aldean
Garth Brooks
Luke Bryan
Miranda Lambert
Florida Georgia Line

The ACM Awards, hosted by Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, will be broadcast live April 19 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

January 21st, 2015 · Award Shows

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 AC/DC, Eric Church, Ariana Grande, Madonna and Ed Sheeran.

The Grammys recognize excellence in all genres of music.

January 11th, 2015 · General News

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 for You’ was one of the early ones. It took me a while to understand what I was saying with that song,” she adds. “Writing something as a young kid, sometimes you go back and hear it from a different angle from how you heard it when you wrote it. A song you wrote when you were young can surprise you when you’re older.”

Lambert started writing songs when she was only 17 years old, and she says that she took to the process instantly.

“I started playing guitar and wrote my first song, and it felt like the first thing that had ever come naturally to me. It was something I didn’t have to work really hard at, whereas I had to work hard at everything else I had done,” she explains. “I think it’s maybe something you’re either born with, or you’re not.”

December 29th, 2014 · Gallery Update

Scans from Miranda’s cover issue of Marie Claire have been added to the gallery.



December 18th, 2014 · Award Shows, Gallery Update



Earlier this week Miranda attended the very first American Country Countdown Awards in Nashville on December 15 where she was crowned Female Vocalist Of The Year. She also took the stage twice, once to perform Platinum, the second time she was joined by Kelly Clarkson to honor Reba McEntire by singing her hits How Blue and Take It Back. They were then joined by Reba herself for a group rendition of her hit Fancy. All photos have been added to the gallery.



December 14th, 2014 · Album News

Miranda Lambert’s new single is … drum roll please … Little Red Wagon! Miranda has exclusively revealed the cover art for her next single to news and gossip site Just Jared. You can also check it out to your left. How amazing is it? Miranda performed the song back in June at the CMA Music Festival which you can view here and in September Miranda performed the song at Fashion Rocks which you can view here. Remember if you haven’t purchased Miranda’s album Platinum you can do so at iTunes.Com and start requesting the song at your local radio stations!

December 10th, 2014 · General News

Marie Claire — Miranda Lambert looks like she’s been crying. “It’s just allergies,” the Texas-born, Tishomingo, Oklahoma, resident says, sniffling and leaning back in a lawn chair behind the main stage at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas. She’s dressed in black ripped American Eagle Outfitters jeans, black Freebird by Steven boots, and a gray tank top that reads ON THE ROAD SOMEWHERE. She flattens her newly bobbed platinum hair with her fingertips and roots around in her bag for Claritin and Nasacort. “I’m not afraid of a pill,” she jokes. “I have to take them in the mornings because I drink a lot. Advil helps. So does a Bloody Mary.”

When asked what defines “a lot,” Lambert, 31, bites her cheek and mulls it over. “You know when you have to check those boxes when you go to the doctor? Do you drink every day? Never? Socially? I’m always like, Hmm, the truth or not the truth?” She checks “socially.”

Lambert’s family has traveled with her to Vegas. Her father, Rick; mother, Bev (who runs her fan club); and younger brother, Luke (a software designer who also helps with the fan club). Her husband, blue-state country-music ambassador and amiable coach of The Voice Blake Shelton, left this morning only because he had his own concert in Hollywood, California. Lambert passes around a photo booth film strip from the night before at her MuttNation Foundation charity ball of the two of them hamming it up, the 6’5″ Shelton’s head almost entirely cut off in every frame (she’s 5’4″). She curls her lip. “Well, at least I look cute.”

On writing and singing her own songs: “Early on, an artist told me, ‘Don’t be yourself. Perform and be someone else. And I thought, ‘That seems like exactly the opposite of what I should be doing.’ Then I had people wanting me to adjust my lyrics to be more appealing to the masses or whatever. I said, ‘No, that’s bullshit.’ I’d rather sell four copies of something that’s real than 4 million copies of something that’s fake.”

On marriage: “I’m not sunshine and roses. Blake’s the happiest person on the planet. He pulls me out of my darkness … Literally, everything is the best about being married.”

On her 20-pound weight loss: “When you have to walk out there in front of thousands of people, it does feel good to know that your shit’s not jiggling. I’m just like anybody else, insecure and scared of looking bad or being criticized. But everybody’s making this big, giant thing about it. It’s way too much focus on women’s bikini photos, and I hate it. Why do we care? I want women to love themselves whatever they’ve got going on.”

On her chosen career: “When I first started playing bars in Texas, my parents had to come so I could get in. I didn’t have any other plans. I didn’t go to college. There was no, ‘if this doesn’t work out…’ It was like: ‘This has to work out!’ When I walk into a bar and smell old beer and cigarettes, it smells like home, because that’s where I grew up.”

On lightening up psychologically: “I’m always anxious. I will worry myself into oblivion. I was trying to make everything regimented, and it caused too much stress. I learned everything doesn’t have to be perfect. That sometimes it’s OK to say, ‘I don’t want to be the boss today. I have PMS. Bother someone else.’ I like things better flawed anyway.”



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