‘MusicRow’ No. 1 Song

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Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert can tell you it takes “All Kinds of Kinds” to compete for the No. 1 spot on the MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart. This week, Lambert lands her second single of the year at our chart’s peak position after an 18-week climb.

Written by Don Henry and Phillip Coleman, Lambert’s single encourages the acceptance of the wide array of personalities found in the world today. MusicRow’s Robert K. Oermann reviewed the RCA track in June, saying: “Her vocal is a crystalline wonder, and the song is a pure, off-kilter delight. In a word, brilliant.”

If you can’t get enough of her voice, you can also hear Lambert at No. 9 this week on Keith Urban‘s UMG Nashville single, “We Were Us.”

Lambert is currently on the road with Dierks Bentley for their Locked & Reloaded Tour; she will also perform as part of the Nov. 6 CMA Awards broadcast, for which she is nominated for five trophies. She will also appear as part of George Jones‘ tribute concert in Nashville on Nov. 22, and will be featured with George Strait on his Cowboy Rides Away Tour on Feb. 1 in Las Vegas.

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Eric T. Parker oversees operations and contributes editorial for MusicRow's print magazine, MusicRow.com, the RowFax tip sheet and the MusicRow CountryBreakout chart. He also facilitates annual events for the enterprise, including MusicRow Awards, CountryBreakout Awards and the Rising Women on the Row. [email protected] | @EricTParker

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