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Miranda Lambert Joins the List of Superstars Departing Sony Music Nashville in Recent Years
Sony Music Nashville has undoubtedly been the foundation that nurtured Miranda Lambert’s professional journey, but the time has come for her to explore new horizons.
In a message shared on social media on Wednesday, Lambert expressed her sentiments. She acknowledged that Sony Music Nashville had been her Nashville home since the tender age of 19, but she now stands prepared to confront fresh professional endeavors.
Lambert reflected on the remarkable 20-year span during which, together with Sony, she unveiled albums that enabled her to share her personal narrative with the world. This collaborative journey has propelled her to heights that once seemed beyond imagination. Grateful for the opportunities and achievements made possible during her time with Sony, Lambert remains committed to authenticity and continuous growth. This commitment propels her to seek out novel challenges that stretch her creative boundaries.
In light of this, Lambert revealed her decision to bid farewell to her Sony Music family. Embracing the future with open arms, she eagerly anticipates uncovering the next chapter of her adventures, eager to explore uncharted territories of creativity and achievement.
Miranda Lambert is part of a notable trend of accomplished artists who have departed Sony Music Nashville in recent times. This roster also features prominent names like Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, and Carrie Underwood.
In April 2022, Lambert launched “Palomino,” her eighth individual album, under the Vanner Records/RCA Nashville banner. This album made a significant impact by securing the distinction of being the highest-debuting country album of the year. Originating from Texas, Lambert has achieved an impressive tally of 10 No. 1 songs. Some of her iconic hits encompass tracks like “The House That Built Me,” “Mama’s Broken Heart,” “Gunpowder & Lead,” and “Little Red Wagon.”
Furthermore, Lambert has recently expanded her headline Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s Zappos Theater, a commitment now extending through 2023. Notably, she earned the distinction of being the most streamed female country artist in 2022, reinforcing her enduring popularity within the genre.