Miranda Lambert Wins Best Country Album Grammy For Wildcard
The Best Country Album Grammy goes to Miranda Lambert for Wildcard.
All About Miranda Lambert’s New Grammy Win
That’s another Grammy for Country Queen Miranda Lambert! This time the 37-year-old Texas native won for her seventh album, Wildcard. During the ceremony she gave a stunning performance of her Grammy-nominated single, “Bluebird.”
Wildcard is the seventh studio album by the singer, and the fourth of her albums to be nominated in the category. It was released on November 1, 2019, via RCA Records Nashville. The album was produced by Jay Joyce, marking the first time Lambert has worked with the producer. It features the singles “It All Comes Out in The Wash”, “Bluebird”, and “Settling Down”.
Before the pandemic hit, Lambert had announced a 27-date Wildcard Tour, which was set to begin on January 16, 2020 and run through May 9, 2020.
The Other Nominees
- LADY LIKE
- YOUR LIFE IS A RECORD
Little Big Town
- NEVER WILL
All About The Grammys
The 2021 Grammy Awards aired live on CBS and Paramount+ on March 14, two months after the original show’s air date. The Recording Academy chose to delay the ceremony due to the pandemic. The show itself took place at the Staples Center and surrounding buildings in Los Angeles, California.
Fans will be given access to exclusive content with GRAMMY Live. The behind the scenes and backstage content is available via GRAMMY.com and via Facebook Live. GRAMMY Live will broadcast all day.