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AUSTIN, Texas – “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,” croons multi-hyphenate superstar Miranda Lambert on current single “Wranglers,” which arrived last month as the biggest streaming debut of her career. Now, Stereogum’s “single greatest country star to come along this century” doubles down on her signature theme of empowerment as a woman liberated on “Dammit Randy,” a rousing anthem about reclaiming independence. Listen HERE.

“This song came out of a conversation the night before Jon Randall and I went into the studio to make this album,” Lambert shared. “We were talking about how excited we were to be starting this journey with a new label family (Republic and Big Loud) and how supported we felt by them, which turned into chatting about situations where you might not feel so supported by someone – in this song’s case, an unappreciative Randy. So, this one’s for anyone with a Randy they need to move on from.”

From the opening lines, “Well dammit Randy did you ever hear me at all? / You were standin’ bone dry in the middle of a waterfall,” Lambert’s skillful storytelling shines through, with the chorus showcasing her lyrical prowess celebrated by Paste as “unparalleled in country music – and beyond” :

Yeah now that I made it to the other side
        I hope you’re countin’ singles in your double wide
        Smokin’ cigarettes like they’re goin’ out of style
        Turnin’ me up on your radio dial
        You gave up ‘til the very last minute
        Now that I’m gone I’ve got your attention 

In addition to releasing new music, the most-awarded artist in Academy of Country Music history and triple GRAMMY Award-winner has also returned to the road for select engagements this year following the recent conclusion of her twice-extended, critically acclaimed VelvetRodeo Las Vegas residency, with a special “Music for Mutts” benefit concert set for Oct. 5 at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater in celebration of the 15th anniversary of her MuttNation Foundation, which has raised nearly $10 million to date in support of its mission to advance and support the welfare and adoption of shelter pets nationwide. 

For more information on upcoming shows, new music and all things Miranda Lambert, please visit


June 29  |  Midland, Texas  |  Momentum Bank Ballpark
July 5  |  Hinckley, Minn.  |  Grand Casino Hinckley
July 6  |  Mt. Pleasant, Mich.  |  Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
July 12  |  Calgary, Alberta  |  Calgary Stampede
July 13  |  Whitefish, Mont.  |  Under the Big Sky Festival
July 17  |  Paso Robles, Calif.  |  California Mid-State Fair
July 20  |  Lincoln, Calif.  |  Thunder Valley
July 21  |  Highland, Calif.  |  Yaamava’ Resort & Casino
July 26  |  Pearl, Miss.  |  Trustmark Park
July 27  |  Anderson, S.C.  |  Rock the Country Festival
Aug. 17  |  Springfield, Ill.  |  Illinois State Fair
Aug. 24  |  Houston, Texas  |  Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show
Aug. 30  |  Canandaigua, N.Y.  |  Constellation Brands Marvin Sands
Aug. 31  |  Atlantic City, N.J.  |  Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sept. 27  |  Gautier, Miss.  |  The Sound Amphitheater
Sept. 28  |  Memphis, Tenn.  |  AutoZone Park
Oct. 5  |  Nashville, Tenn.  |  Ascend Amphitheater


Acclaimed groundbreaker/songwriter/superstar Miranda Lambert has defined her multi-faceted career as an artist, entertainer, entrepreneur, advocate and businesswoman with an unflinching quest for excellence, honesty and conviction. The most-awarded artist in Academy of Country Music history, including their top honor for Entertainer of the Year, her music has also won three GRAMMYs and 14 Country Music Association Awards. A TIME100 honoree and perennial best-of-the-year list maker at the New York TimesTIMERolling Stone, Billboard, Stereogum, People and more, NPR has called her “the most riveting country star of her generation.”

With seven No. 1 solo albums, 10 No. 1 hit radio singles, more than 80 prestigious awards and countless Gold, Platinum and multi-Platinum sales certifications, she’s conquered Las Vegas with her twice-extended Velvet Rodeo residency and blurred genres with Leon Bridges, Enrique Iglesias, the B-52s, Loretta Lynn, Sheryl Crow and Elle King as well as her LGBTQ+ inclusive anthem “Y’All Means All” for Netflix’s “Queer Eye.” She’s taken those standards to become a New York Times bestselling author and the first woman on Lower Broadway with her Tex-Mex cantina Casa Rosa, while expanding her creative reach with her Wanda June Home collection exclusive to Walmart and her Idyllwind clothing and boot line available at Boot Barn. Driven by her passion for rescue animals, her MuttNation Foundation has raised nearly $10 million since inception to promote adoption, support shelters across the country, advance spay & neuter and assist with the transport of animals during times of natural disaster. | Facebook | Twitter/X | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube

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