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Miranda Lambert is now a 27-time Grammy nominee with today’s (11/15) news of four new Grammy nominations, including Best Country Album, Best Country Song, Best Country Solo Performance, and Best Country Duo/Group Performance.

Miranda said in a press release, “I’ve always viewed a GRAMMY Award as one of the highest honors you can achieve as an artist. I think back to creating these songs with some of my closest friends, not knowing where those writing sessions would lead, and it blows me away to see where they’ve taken us.” She adds, “These nominations are an absolute honor, and I’m so proud to be representing the Country music community with this music that means so much to me.”

  • Best Country Album nominee Palomino
  • Best Country Song nominated “If I Was A Cowboy” is awarded to the songwriters: Lambert and Jesse Frasure.
  • “In His Arms,” nominated for Best Country Solo Performance. It’s a new recording of a song that was originally featured on 2021’s GRAMMY-nominated The Marfa Tapes.
  • Lambert co-wrote Best Country Duo/Group Performance nominee “Outrunnin’ Your Memory” with Luke Combs (whom she sings with on the duet) and Dan Isbell. It appears on Combs’ album Growin’ Up.

Miranda posted on her Instagram today, “Well, this is a Tuesday mornin I can hang my hat on!! I’m so honored to be nominated with some of my best friends. I can’t wait to celebrate country music together. And a big congrats to all the nominees. Giddy up, it’s Grammy time!”

Several fans and friends reacted to the post, including one who wrote, “Get it, girl! Congrats!” Another fan said, “Congrats, Miranda!!! Incredible.” Many more fans commented, “Congratulations.”

Lambert won “Best Country Female Vocal Performance for “The House That Built Me” in 2010. She won Best Country album in 2015 for Platinum and again for Best Country Album in 2021 for Wildcard.

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