Hopefully Miranda Lambert has enough wall space in her home for all her accolades. The singer was recently honored with six new multi-Platinum certifications.
The Texas native’s 2009 album “Revolution” and 2007’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” have been certified double-Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Additionally, numerous singles were also certified by the RIAA. “The House That Built Me” (3X Platinum), “Mama’s Broken Heart” (3X Platinum), “Over You” (2X Platinum), and “Automatic” (2X Platinum) were also recognized.
Miranda has become the most-decorated female artist in CMA Awards history. The seven-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year is nominated this year for Female Vocalist of the Year, as well as Single and Musical Event of the Year for “Drowns the Whiskey” with Jason Aldean.
While her year is slowly winding down, as the singer recently wrapped her 2018 Artist-in-Residence at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the excitement isn’t over. For two sold-out dates, Miranda performed in the venue’s CMA Theater where she reunited with the Pistol Annies. Miranda, Ashley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley took the stage last month for their first performance in five years, debuting tracks from their new album “Interstate Gospel.” The project will be available on Nov. 2 and is the follow-up to 2013’s “Annie Up.”
Following the singer’s reunion with her Pistol Annies bandmates, the trio released three songs ahead of the album’s reveal. Fans who pre-order the album instantly receive a download of three tracks: “Interstate Gospel,” “Best Years of My Life” and “Got My Name Changed Back.” In support of the 14-track project, the Pistol Annies are set to perform during a three-city tour including Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Oct. 25, NYC’s The Town Hall on Nov. 2 and L.A.’s The Novo on Nov. 7. Tickets to each date go on sale on Oct. 5.