Miranda Revs Up Her “Revolution”

 Lambert began last week by performing a "Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Star" as a salute to Merle Haggard at the 2009 ACM Honors Awards.

Photo: Rick Diamond, Getty Images

Miranda Lambert’s third album Revolution comes out tomorrow (9/29) and the release is already garnering raves from Rolling Stone (4 stars) and Entertainment Weekly (A). She performed the album in its entirety last Thursday night (9/24) to a sold-out mix of industry and fans at the Ryman Auditorium. In addition to the 15 new tracks, she threw a few country classics and songs from her previous albums into the mix. Following the show, a VIP reception was held at The Stage (pictured below).

Earlier last week Lambert performed “Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Star” as a salute to Merle Haggard at the 2009 ACM Honors Awards (see right).

This week, she continues the Revolution with live performances on Good Morning America (9/29), Late Show with David Letterman (9/29), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (10/1),  Ellen (10/5) and The Bonnie Hunt Show (10/7).


(L-R): Director Robert Deaton; Sony Nashville Chairman Joe Galante; Lambert; RAC Clark, ACM Awards Show Exec. Producer; and Sony Nashville Exec. VP Butch Waugh


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