(Back l-r) Sony Music Nashville VP, Sales Caryl Atwood and EVP/COO Ken Robold; Shopkeeper Management’s Crystal Dishmon and Marion Kraft; Lambert; SMN Chairman/CEO Randy Goodman and EVP, Marketing and New Business John Zarling; RCA Director, Regional Promotion Mallory Michaels.
(Front l-r) Sony Music Nashville EVP, Promotions & Artist Development Steve Hodges; Director of Creative Services Tracy Fleaner; and Director of Marketing Jen Way; RCA SVP, Promotion Dennis Reese.
Seven-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year MIRANDA LAMBERT has added six multi-Platinum certifications to her repertoire, as albums REVOLUTION and CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND have been certified double-Platinum by the RIAA, along with singles “The House That Built Me” (3X Platinum), “Mama’s Broken Heart” (3X Platinum), “Over You” (2X Platinum), and “Automatic” (2X Platinum).
The most-decorated female artist in CMA Awards history, Lambert 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.
The GRAMMY Award-winner recently wrapped her stand as the 2018 Artist-in-Residence at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, performing two sold-out nights at the CMA Theater. Night one Lambert deemed “The Ones That Got Away,” performing deep cuts from her rich catalogue, many for the first time in a live setting. Her second show reunited supertrio Pistol Annies (Lambert, Ashley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley) for their first performance in five years, debuting tracks from their new album INTERSTATE GOSPEL, arriving Nov. 2 on RCA Records.
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