Famous as :Country music singer
Birth Name :Miranda Lambert
Birth Date :November 10, 1983
Birth Place :Longview, Texas, USA
Claim to fame :Album "Kerosene" (2005)
Arriving in blue dress, loose blond hair and a dimpled smile, Miranda Lambert could have easily been taken lightly for the fact that she was a heavy contender at 2007 Academy of Country Music Awards. The country crooner not only wearing that smile upon arrival but also upon the way home as she clutched the trophy for Top New Female Vocalist which she seized after beating fellow warriors Taylor Swift and Kellie Pickler. Along with the statuette, comes Miranda's greater career explosive, which is fronted with her second album "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend". The sophomore set has made its way to the Billboard 200 chart at #6 in the first week while having a better luck in Country chart by striking #1. Reviews on this album have mostly gone to the positive direction with metacritic holding its 80+ sign.
Faced with such success at a moderate age, Miranda is still holding strong to what has brought her. The Texas girl was born November 10, 1983 in Longview but moved to another small town 80 miles east of Dallas, Lindale. In this city, little Miranda was exposed to a thick layer of country music especially from her father, Rick. Though taking the job ...
as a private investigator for a living, Rick often strummed his guitar and hummed country tunes. And thus Miranda grew up with the sounds of her father, Guy Clark, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Merle Haggard. A twist of fate came when at age 10, her father brought her to a Garth Brooks' concert. So amazed and inspired was Miranda that she began setting her heart towards the path. She started collecting country memorabilia and engaged in local singing competitions under her father's tutorial. The girl seemed to love music so much that it surprised her father when she refused to touch the guitar that he had bought for her at the age of 14. Miranda just wasn't ready.
In 1999 she entered Tru-Value contest whereby she did considerably well. As soon as getting her confidence, she began appearing in Johnny High Country Music Review in Arlington that eventually led her to the first studio recording. Miranda broke down out of disappointment when she was urged to sing 'pop' sound. She abandoned the project and it was then that the guitar's story was back. With the help from her father, Miranda started to play the guitar while composing songs. Realizing what ...