Miranda Lambert lit the torch on her Keeper of the Flame Tour this past weekend, and it’s safe to say that she’s totally on fire!
On May 14, the megastar hit up Noblesville, Indiana on her second tour stop and did a dynamite spin on Billy Squier’s 1981 classic, “The Stroke.”
As you can see in the clip, Miranda is filled with high-energy and sass as she smokes the Klipsch Center stage covered in bad girl, biker gear. And, it sure seems like she’s turned the venue into her own personal stomping grounds. Pacing back-and-forth onstage, the singer’s Texan twang vocals become one with the anthem’s thrashing guitar-riffs.
Needless to say, she made it her own!
Released on 1981 and penned by the rocker himself, “The Stroke” was the lead-off single on Billy’s album, “Don’t Say No.”
Miranda is no stranger to dipping into the rock genre. In fact, earlier this year, the “Heart Like Mine” singer performed “Tush” alongside ZZ Top and fellow country star Keith Urban at the 51st annual ACM Awards.
Miranda will continue her summer trek in Bethel, New York on May 19. After that, she’ll head off to Virginia Beach, Virginia on May 20. along with openers Kip Moore and Brothers Osborne.