Miranda Lambert headlined the 18th annual “Home for the Holidays” concert, which aired Dec. 23 on CBS. Lambert treated the audience to the television debut of “Pushin’ Time” from her acclaimed 2016 release The Weight of These Wings.
The song, co-written by Lambert, Foy Vance and Natalie Hemby, is an ode to new love and a standout track on an impressive double album of stellar songs. Accompanied by an acoustic and steel guitar, Lambert stays true to the song’s stripped-down album production.
Watch Lambert’s performance below.
Lambert also performed “Keeper of the Flame,” another track from The Weight of These Wings, as well as her 2009 Grammy-winning single “The House that Built Me.”
The “Home for the Holidays” concert special aims to bring attention to children in foster care across the U.S. Lambert introduced “The House that Built Me,” a song about being shaped by your childhood home, with a message to viewers.
“Let’s remember there’s a child out there who needs you,” Lambert said. “Give them a place to build memories, a family to love them and a house to call home.”
Fresh off the success of The Weight of These Wings, Miranda Lambert is currently prepping for her 2017 Highway Vagabond Tour. Lambert will be joined by Old Dominion and Aubrie Sellers. The tour will kick off on Jan. 26 in Evansville, Ind.