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Editors’ Notes

In another era, Miranda Lambert would be one tough rocker. The Nashville Star finalist continues to score country music that isn’t afraid to growl, grind, and pound with classic-rock ferocity. Country instrumentation highlights tunes such as “All Kinds of Kinds,” “Mama’s Broken Heart,” and “Dear Diamond,” but much of Lambert’s approach straddles the line between country and rock. “Fine Tune” pushes pure aggression with its distorted guitars and vocals, while “Fastest Girl in Town” uses its speed to throw a cathartic guitar solo into the mix. “Safe” mixes country, pop, and adult contemporary, where the voice makes all the difference. Esteemed outside writers give Lambert an edge. Gillian Welch and David Rawlings contribute the touching “Look at Miss Ohio,” while Allison Moorer writes the end-of-the-world ballad “Oklahoma Sky.” Brandi Carlile’s “Same Old You” could be a classic '50s country number. Lambert’s husband, Blake Shelton, duets for a perfectly locked-in performance on “Better in the Long Run.” She may not be seeking as much revenge these days, but she’s still bringing plenty of passion to everything she sings.

Biography

Born: 10 November 1983 in Lindale, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Miranda Lambert defied all conventional notions of how a credible country career should proceed. Following an adolescence where she alternated between singing and acting, she came to prominence as not the winner but a runner-up on the 2003 American Idol knockoff Nashville Star, a dubious stepping stone to stardom if there ever were one, but Lambert's 2005 Kerosene obliterated any notion that she was a reality TV refugee. Filled with lithe, powerful neo-traditional country songs, many penned by Lambert...
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