Miranda Lambert took the stage at the 2019 ACM awards was a celebration of her incredible career. Host Reba McEntire introduced Lambert, the most rewarded artist in ACM awards history, as "32-time ACM award winner, Miranda Lambert." It's a remarkable feat, and Lambert's performance on Sunday (April 7) was a reminder of her prowess as a singer, songwriter and performer.
The singer strutted her way through her many hits, including "Kerosene," "Gunpowder and Lead," "Mama's Broken Heart," "White Liar" and "Little Red Wagon."
Lambert told The Tennessean the performance is a reminder of how far she's come and what the songs mean to her.
"I am a female artist in this genre that has fought my way, and this medley is a reminder of the last 14 years of music. It's 14 years of milestones and songs that pushed me to a new level in business," Lambert told The Tennessean. "People have to remember a hit isn't a position on a chart, it's what people sing along to."
In September, Lambert will kick off her Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour. Maren Morris, Elle King, Pistol Annies, Tenille Townes, Ashley McByrde and Caylee Hammack will join Lambert on the tour for select dates.
Lambert is nominated for Female Artist of the Year at this year's ACM awards. Stay tuned to Wide Open Country for more live coverage of the ACM Awards as it happens. You can check out the full list of award winners here.