Photo Credit: Catherine Powell
Miranda Lambert returned to Billy Bob’s Texas last weekend for two additional shows as part of the venue’s year-long 40th Anniversary celebration, marking a total of five sold-out concerts across back-to-back weekends.
“It finally sank in last night: this is real, we’re in this room and this moment together,” said Lambert. “When we think back on this time, we’ll do so with so much appreciation and gratitude. We’ll always have these memories of our first shows back: hungry, ready, imperfect, yet emotionally, I think it’s exactly what we all needed. Texas, I love you and wouldn’t have done this any other way.”
In addition to performing her numerous solo hits, Lambert also offered a glimpse at her forthcoming project with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall as the trio united on stage for a preview of The Marfa Tapes, available everywhere this Friday, May 7 via Vanner Records/RCA Nashville.
The Marfa Tapes is a collection of intimate, raw songs written and recorded together in the tiny, middle-of-nowhere town of Marfa, Texas.