Miranda Lambert: Singer and actress with many awards
There is nothing so great like being Miranda Lambert right now. She’s is a woman who had been heartbroken many times, but her music has given her strength. Lambert is one of the greatest female country musicians that have taken the entertainment industry by storm and made Dolly Parton feel proud.
Apart from Lambert, another star who has been soaring high with her guitar and voice is Carrie Underwood. When one hears a new country song being sung by a woman, the chances are high that its either Carrie Underwood or Miranda Lambert. Her month didn’t start well for her as Lambert called it quits with her love partner, Anderson East. Before she started dating Anderson, Lambert was the Blake Shelton, but they divorced in 2015. This is the month she got a prestigious award for her musical talent. Lambert has also won some prestigious awards like the Grammys. The singer-songwriter’s story is of grass to grace and encouragement to singer trying to rise against all the odds. But who was Miranda Lambert before making it to fame?
The 34-year-old Miranda Lambert was born in Longview, Texas, and she is the daughter of Rick and Bev Lambert. The singer-songwriter grew up in Lindale, Texas and she was named after her great-grandmother who was known as Lucy Miranda and she has a younger brother going by the name of Luke Lambert. The singer-songwriter, who is also an actress, hails from a family with English, Irish and Native American roots. The story about how her parents met is more interesting. At the time, Bev was attending a camp at Southern Methodist University while Ricky Lambert was on-campus undercover officer trying to catch narcotics peddlers and users. The two got together a few years later. Right now, Rick is a retired Dallas, Texas police officer who used to play for a rock group called Contraband in the 70s. Lamberts later became provide detectives, and one of their jobs was on the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. When she was just six, Miranda Lambert was already helping with some of the cases her parents were handling.
The family lost everything after the oil crisis killed Texas’ economy. After the downturn, things turned for the better, Lambert’s parents began a faith-based ministry of their own and used their home as a shelter for domestic violence victims as well as their kids. Miranda Lambert spoke about the experience and revealed that it fueled her music and her hit song, “Gunpowder & Lead” which is a reflection of that.
While she was in high school, Lambert joined The Texas Pride Band and fronted the house band at the Reo Palm Isle located in Longview, Texas, a venue which has been performed by renown legends like Elvis Presley and Willie Nelson. It’s also the place where Brooks & Dunn started out as a house band. She has made a net worth by creating amazing music and starring in movies. Some of Lambert’s popular projects are “Nashville Star”, “CMT Invitation Only”, “The House That Built Me”, “The Weight of These Wings”, and “Vice.”
Miranda Lambert thanked her fans
Miranda Lambert’s world changed for the better during this year’s Academy of Country Music Awards. While taking the award for her hit song, “Tin Man,” the singer-songwriter took to stage to appreciate her fan’s gesture and support as well as their undivided support through some hard times. She told her fans that she was thankful for sharing her broken heart with her. Lambert is now the artist to beat with most ACM’s ever. She has 30 victories and just broke her ties with Brooks & Dunn. The singe was written shortly after the singer-songwriter divorced Blake Shelton. After that, she went on to date Anderson East, and they had been together for more than two years before they broke up.
Miranda Lambert was also nominated for two other categories which included Video of the Year for “We Should Be Friends” and female vocalist of the year. That Sunday was the first time Lambert made it to the red carpet after the break up with her boyfriend Anderson East and she was slaying at ACM Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas. The superstar rocked in red in a flowing gown with an amazing cut-out and a sequined bodice. Lambert completed the look with a pink clutch and had hair styled in loose waves. Lambert and her ex-boyfriend Anderson east made their romance red carpet for their first time in 2016 and posed together last year in an annual awards show. In early March, the singer-songwriter hinted that her relationship was heading to the rocks when reflected on pouring her emotions into her music when she was performing at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville Tennessee.
Lambert’s break up with Anderson East
After a week-long buzz about a breakup, Miranda Lambert and her ex-boyfriend, Anderson East called it quits on April 7, as it was reported by US Weekly, a magazine that is hard to doubt. The representatives of Both Lambert and Anderson East didn’t not immediately respond to PEOPLE magazine and ask for a comment. Remember, the country star had already hinted that she was about to break up with her two-year boyfriend. Lambert said that she makes it her mission whenever she steps on the stage that regardless of anything, and where Lambert is, her goal is to make someone feel everything they could feel. After saying that, she performed an acoustic for her hit song “Tin Man.”
The “Nashville Star”, “CMT Invitation Only”, “The House That Built Me”, “The Weight of These Wings”, and “Vice” fammer also told her fans that she wanted them to feel sad. Mad, a little bit happy and pissed sometimes and mentioned that unfortunately a heartbreak. Lambert then said that she could use a heartbreak for art because she liked to write sad songs and listen to them. The last time Lambert said something positive about her former boyfriend was when she was speaking about to Cosmopolitan’s first country issue the past year. She said that the last thing she had googled was her boyfriend Anderson east to show off her cute photos.
Miranda Lambert admires Carrie Underwood
Miranda Lambert performed a “Keeper of the Flame” from her latest album, “The Weight of These Wings” on the ACM Awards. The amazing song was written by Natalie Hemby and Liz Rose, and it acknowledges trailblazing efforts of the people who came first and also the importance of carrying on traditions. It was a message that Lambert had made a central component of her career as well as clenching the record that made her the most awarded artist in ACM Awards. With a whopping 32 ACM trophies to Lambert’s name after the evening, one among them was the Female Vocalist of the Year honor, which she has won nine times consecutively. Lambert remembered to recite the lessons she got from watching her musical idols.
She told the audience at the ACM Award that she tries to live in the moment and make herself better in every field. She has tried to grow as a singer-songwriter as well as a performer. She told the press that she never dwells in the past and admitted those were some lofty goals to keep. Lambert knows that she has a consistent track record of album sales, critical appreciation and many awards to be proud of, which are all justification enough that she has made it in the art. It’s a lot of pressure, as she noted and she tried to keep the attitude she had. Lambert then extended appreciation to her fellow female singers. The singer-songwriter stood in solidarity with “Something Bad” collaborator, Carrie Underwood who many people have painted as Lambert’s rival, for her performance for “Cry Pretty” and her public return after suffering an injury.
Lambert said that she felt proud to be a songstress in the industry when she saw Underwood perform and she usually feels like that often. She described Carrie as the greatest singer of all time in any genre or music and could sing Lambert under the table. She added that she would never stop saying that because Carrie makes her proud because she was aware of how strong she was and how hard she worked.
Facts about the singer-songwriter and her net worth
She’s a member of the Piston Annies
“Nashville Star”, “CMT Invitation Only”, “The House That Built Me”, “The Weight of These Wings”, and “Vice” fammer, Lambert is a member of the country music group known as The Pistol Annies which she performs in alongside Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley. They started together in April 2011, on a CBS special known as Academy of Country Music’s Girls Night Out: Superstar Women of Country. After that, they released their first album titled “Hell on Heels” which topped the charts.
She has multiple tattoos
When Miranda Lambert had her first tattoo, her father Rick was unhappy and she wrote his reaction in her song, “Heart Like Mine” where she sang that her dad cried when he saw her tattoo but said that he loved her anyway. The two eventually agreed and her tattoo of two cold 45 pistols that have wings in her left forearm is her default logo. That’s not the only tattoo Lambert has as she also has the logo of her organization, Muttnation Foundations tattooed on her foot back in 2011.
Lambert loves Beyonce
Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard are some of Lambert’s motivational influences, but no one imagined that Beyonce was also part of her list. The singer-songstress admitted that she is obsessed with the singer and Lambert went ahead to reveal that she had every Beyonce’s record, had all Destiny’s Child and had seen Bey in five concerts and so she was a big fan. Lambert met Beyonce at the American Airlines Center.
The singer-songwriter's net worth
Miranda Lambert has a net worth of $45 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She has made a net worth from projects such as are “Nashville Star”, “CMT Invitation Only”, “The Weight of These Wings”, “The House That Built Me”, and “Vice.”
Miranda Lambert is great in her own right and she has achieved much. She has also revolutionized the music industry.