Lambert Debuts Video; Yearwood’s New Cooking Column

Miranda Lambert's "Road Side Bars & Pink Guitars Tour" recently made a stop at Wild Bill's in Atlanta. Visiting on the bus before the show were (L-R): WKHX Morning show producer "Tug;" Miranda; WKHX PD Mark Richards; and WKHX MD Mike Macho.

Fresh off of her first No. 1 single, “White Liar,” Miranda Lambert’s new single, “House That Built Me,” is off to a quick start. In fact, it’s the fastest rising single in her career, already at No. 25 on MusicRow’s Country Breakout chart in 6 weeks. The video for the song about returning to a cherished childhood home world premieres today (4/6) on iTunes.

Along with the exclusive 48-hour video premiere, Lambert’s Gold certified album Revolution, which includes “House That Built Me,” “White Liar” and 13 other tracks, will be available all week on iTunes for $7.99.

Trisha Yearwood has signed on to write a new column for People Country, where she will share recipes, personal anecdotes and answer questions from readers. Her first column will appear in People Country’s July 2010 issue, on newsstands June 18th.

The announcement coincides with the release of her new cookbook Home Cooking With Trisha Yearwood, her second collaboration with mother, Gwen and sister, Beth.

The May issue of People Country hits newsstands this Friday (4/9) and features a day in the kitchen with the Yearwood ladies in Nashville chatting about food and family.

Readers can email [email protected] now with questions for Trisha and/or a food-related topic for discussion in the July issue.


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