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BIG ‘HOUSE’: Miranda Lambert celebrates her first No. 1 on Country Songs, as “The House That Built Me” rises 2-1. Lambert had previously peaked as high as the runner-up spot with her prior single, “White Liar.” (All charts on billboard.com are refreshed each Thursday).
Lambert’s lift to the chart’s top spot writes a new chapter in a TV series no longer on the air. Having placed third in the inaugural 2003 season of the reality singing competition “Nashville Star,” she becomes the program’s second former contestant to rule Country Songs. The first? The artist whom Lambert bumps from the summit, Chris Young, who led for three weeks with “The Man I Want to Be.” The 2006 “Nashville Star” king had first reigned with “Gettin’ You Home” on the Oct. 24, 2009, chart.
With her coronation, Lambert becomes just the fourth lead female artist to top Country Songs since Carrie Underwood notched her first No. 1, “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” in January 2006. Since that song’s ascension to the apex, 15 chart champions have been inked by lead solo females. Nine belong to Underwood, four to Taylor Swift, and one each to Reba McEntire and, now, Lambert.
While Lambert enjoys her first leader on Country Songs, she has already made headlines on Country Albums. The singer is one of just four acts since Nielsen SoundScan data began fueling Country Albums in 1991 to debut at No. 1 with their first three chart entries. All members of the exclusive club are women: LeAnn Rimes (1996-97), Gretchen Wilson (2004-07), Lambert and Underwood (2005-09 each).
Miranda Lambert is excited for her fan club party next week, especially since she can share the celebration of her recent ACM Award wins — including Top Female Vocalist — with her devoted fans, who are pretty gratified by her success.
The Texas native plays a big part in the planning of her party, as does her mother, Bev, who is her fan club president. It’s a role Bev does not take lightly. “Mom does a great job with the fan club party,” Miranda tells The Boot. “She’s almost so involved with the fans sometimes I think it’s scary, because I’m like, ‘Mom, if they get mad at me, they’re gonna get mad at you too!’ She’s so personal with them, which is awesome; that’s what good about having your mom as your fan club president, but also she gets the bad news sometimes, too and it’s like, ‘What’s wrong today, mom?’ ‘Your fans are mad at me today because I had to change the meet-and-greet!’ And she gets so upset, but it’s just that personal to her. And that way they feel a connection to me because it’s my mama.”
As for this year’s party, details are being kept a secret for now, but Miranda’s fans know it is going to be a good time with some of the same elements they have come to love about the annual bash. “Everyone always says, ‘Y’alls is one of the best.’ It’s just real. It’s a party. It’s not formal. You call it a fan club party for a reason. No matter what time it is, if we have one at nine in the morning, we serve beer and barbecue, that’s just how we are.”
The House That Built Me is #1 on Mediabase right now! This is her second number one! Great job Ran Fans and congrats Miranda!
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Columbia/Nashville artist Miranda Lambert along with her Mutt Nation Foundation raised over $91,000 during the “3rd Annual Cause For The Paws Event,” last weekend. GAC-TV’s Nan Kelley hosted the event with over 800 people on hand.
Purina Chef Michaels creations was the main sponsor and the attendees enjoyed dinner and a concert from MIRANDA and her full band, along with Nightwork, Whiskey and Kacey Musgraves. Blake Shelton also made a surprise performance.
During the encore, Lambert surprised the crowd by inviting Blake onstage. She agreed to donate $2,800 for him to sing “Hillbilly Bone” and then invited the crowd to come up and donate more money as the couple sang together for “tips.” Over $1,000 was collected from the fans during the song.
“It is the best feeling in the world to know we are helping in the fight to treat and find homes for abandoned and abused animal,” said Lambert. “Since we started working with the Humane Society of East Texas over three years ago, we have donated over $325,000 and they have become a ‘no kill’ shelter. Every year it amazes me that people spend their hard-earned money to partner with us in this fight. I am very grateful.”
This year some of the proceeds were donated to animals affected by the Nashville flood.
Source: All Access
Just last month, Miranda Lambert picked up three ACM Awards, including Album of the Year for ‘Revolution,’ as well as the Top Female Vocalist Award. Miranda says the awards give her a bit of influence, especially with her fiance, Blake Shelton.
“I’m one of those people that will milk it to the last drop when I win something. I’m still talking about Album of the Year (for ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’) that I won two years ago,” Miranda tells The Boot. “If Blake’s been bad, I say, ‘You can’t talk to me like that, I won Album of the Year.’ That’s two years ago. Now, I have a lot more leverage. It is awesome [laughs]. It really is.”
Other than leverage, all three awards meant so much to the fiery singer-songwriter. “Album of the Year is something that I’ll always kind of hope for. I’ll always go, ‘Man, I really want this one,’” says Miranda. “But, Female Vocalist of the Year is something I never even really dreamed about winning. I never thought that I would win something like that because I just never considered myself up there with Reba [McEntire] and Martina [McBride] and Carrie [Underwood]. First of all, I started crying … I’m usually the non-crier. I sometimes go, ‘Am I rude because I don’t cry? I’m too excited to cry!’ But that one really broke me. We had a show right after the ACM Awards, we had one day off and then we had three shows, and I was standing up there and I sang ‘Crazy’ for the encore with my guitar player, just us two. [It's] something I’ve been doing since I was 17, and I got to sing it as Female Vocalist of the Year. And my band even said, ‘You were singing really good tonight.’ ‘I have to! I’m Female Vocalist of the Year!’ [laughs] It really hit me, when I went back on the road that I actually am up there with those people, or at least they thought I was for that moment and they voted for me.”
Miranda, who is scaling the chart with her hit ‘The House That Built Me,’ is in the middle of her Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars tour.