"Revolution at the Ryman" is scheduled for Thursday, September 24th
NASHVILLE, TN (AUG 6, 2009) - Country Star Miranda Lambert isn't known for holding anything back and now she's starting a Revolution in Music City. Just days before the official release of her highly- anticipated third album, Lambert wants her Nashville fans and music industry peers to know exactly what to expect from her.
On September 24th, the hit singer/songwriter and her band will perform the entire album in sequence at the famed Ryman Auditorium. Never one to leave fans wanting more, Lambert also intends to close out the set with hits from the critically acclaimed Kerosene and ACM Album of the Year Winner, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Tickets for "Revolution at the Ryman" go on sale at 10 AM Friday, Aug. 14th at the Ryman Auditorium (www.ryman.com or www.ticketmaster.com).
"I have been blessed with so many amazing things in my career," says Lambert. "Every day I get to do what I love most and along the way I've gotten to meet my heroes and been honored by my peers with awards I only dreamed about. I am so excited to share this new music with the folks in Nashville who have supported me since my debut."
Lambert, a two-time Grammy nominee has seen both of her previous albums debut at Number One on the Country Album Chart. Her third album, Revolution, produced by Frank Liddell and Mike Wrucke, will hit stores September 29th. Lambert wrote or co-wrote all but three of the 15 cuts on the album and worked with a cross-section of writers including Blake Shelton, Ashley Monroe, Natalie Hemby and Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley, who lends background vocals on "Love Song." Of the three songs Lambert did not write, she pulled from the best and her favorites - John Prine, Julie Miller, Allen Shamblin and Tom Douglas to complete the album.
Miranda continues to tour the country with superstar Kenny Chesney and has plans to headline dates this fall and winter in support of Revolution. For more information go to www.mirandalambert.com