In 2017, Miranda Lambert made history at the ACM Awards when she set a record with her eighth consecutive win for Female Vocalist of the Year. She also took home the trophy for Album of the Year, upping her career ACM tally to a whopping 28 awards. At this year’s CMA Awards, Miranda landed her seventh Female Vocalist trophy.
Riding high on the success of her Platinum double album, “The Weight of These Wings,” the songstress was nominated for two Grammy Awards. The critically acclaimed set’s lead single, “Vice,” also received Platinum certification. She made her third appearance on “Austin City Limits” and graced the covers of numerous high-profile magazines, including “Billboard” and “Redbook.”
She took her thoughtful new music to fans across the country on the “Highway Vagabond Tour,” and she’ll hit the road on the “Livin’ Like Hippies Tour” in 2018 with opener Jon Pardi.
Off the stage, Miranda continued to be a champion for pet adoption. She even kicked off summer’s CMA Fest with her first ever MuttNation March, shining a spotlight on animals in need of a home. Later in the year, her MuttNation Foundation helped rescue and re-home hundreds of stray dogs after Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of Texas.
She is now nominated for Female Artist of the Year in the Rare Country Awards, and it’s up to you to decide the winner. Voting begins Nov. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com and runs until Dec. 13. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert on Dec. 14.