Miranda Lambert performed a show-stopping new track during her sold-out club show in Nashville this week.
On Jan. 20, the 32-year-old played a sold-out acoustic show at Nashville’s City Winery. Dubbed Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Unplugged, the lengthy concert featured guest appearances from longtime friend Ashley Monroe, Lady Antebellum‘s Charles Kelley, Maren Morris, Collin Raye, Nicolle Galyon and Shane McAnally.
One of the stand-out moments during the memorable evening was when Lambert performed “Scars,” a track written by her longtime guitarist Scotty Wray. The song has been a personal favorite of Lambert’s for years, but recent events made her feel a deeper connection to the song.
“We both had a really [bad] 2015,” Lambert told the crowd. “I’ve cried every time he sang it for years. Tonight I’m going to try and sing it.”
The powerful song blew away the crowd, who seemed hypnotized by her rendition. It’s likely that the track will be featured on Lambert’s upcoming album, which may be released sooner than later. Earlier in the day, Lambert teased a “big announcement” through a post on her social media accounts, which may be a reference to an upcoming release.
Click below to see footage Miranda Lambert’s emotional live performance of “Scars.”