Vanner Records/RCA Nashville superstar Miranda Lambert’s storied career has spanned seven consecutive No. 1 albums, seven No. 1 hit radio singles, more than 70 prestigious awards, and countless sales certifications, earning the Texan praise from NPR as “the most riveting country star of her generation.”
Following 2019’s critically acclaimed release of her seventh consecutive No. 1 album, Wildcard, Lambert ushered in her next musical era with the recent release of new single “If I Was a Cowboy,” while also adding her voice to Netflix’s new season of Queer Eye with inclusive anthem “Y’all Means All.” She is set to hit the road on The Bandwagon Tour with Little Big Town this spring.
In addition to Wildcard, the celebrated singer/songwriter’s lauded discography includes The Weight of These Wings (2016), Platinum (2014), Four The Record (2011), Revolution (2009), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2007) and Kerosene (2005). In addition, she has released three albums with her trio, the Pistol Annies, as well as 2021’s The Marfa Tapes, a critically acclaimed, raw, and intimate recording with collaborators Jack Ingram and Jon Randall.
The most decorated artist in the history of the Academy of Country Music, Lambert has earned 35 ACM Awards (including a record-setting nine consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year Awards), 14 CMA Awards, three GRAMMY Awards, the Nashville Symphony Harmony Award, ACM Gene Weed Milestone Award and ACM Song of the Decade Award, plus was named 2019’s RIAA Artist of the Year. She is the youngest artist ever to serve as the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum’s Artist in Residence, joining a legendary list of predecessors including Kris Kristofferson, Guy Clark, Tom T. Hall, Jerry Douglas and more.
GRAMMY, ACM, CMA, and AMA Award-winning group Little Big Town – consisting of members Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, and Jimi Westbrook – first entered the music scene over 23 years ago, making them one of the longest-running bands in the history of country music with all original members, no breaks and no hiatus. They have released nine studio albums throughout their career, four of which reached No. 1 on the Country Albums chart (The Reason Why, Tornado, The Breaker, and Nightfall).
The superstar band has four No. 1 singles (“Pontoon,” “Tornado,” “Better Man,” “Day Drinking”) and are also known for their history-making single, “Girl Crush,” as well as “Boondocks,” “Little White Church,” “The Daughters” and latest single “Wine, Beer, Whiskey.” To date, “Wine, Beer, Whiskey” has reached global streams of over 280 million, putting Little Big Town’s career lifetime streams at over 3.8 billion.
Little Big Town has earned more than 45 award show nominations and has taken home over 20 awards, including four Grammys, nine CMA Awards, eight ACM Awards, an AMA, a People’s Choice Award, and an Emmy Award. The band was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2014, received a star on the Nashville Walk of Fame in 2017, and in 2018 was featured at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in a yearlong exhibit entitled Little Big Town: The Power of Four.
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