Star preforms at SAP Center, Golden 1 Center
Miranda Lambert is certainly one of today’s top country artists, having won dozens of major awards and sold millions of albums during a major label recording career that began with 2005’s “Kerosene.”
Yet, she’s so much more than just a contemporary star.
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Lambert’s many amazing accomplishments – such as winning a record-setting nine consecutive ACM Awards for female vocalist of the year – position her at place where she must be considered one of the genre’s all-time greats, right up there with such legends as Reba McEntire, Martina McBride and Loretta Lynn.
The incredible vocalist is currently out on the road in support of her seventh studio outing, “Wild Card,” which debuted at No. 1 on the country charts back in November.
It’s a rowdy, upbeat follow-up to the 2016 breakup record “The Weight of These Wings,” which was one of the best albums – country music or otherwise – of the 2010s. “The Weight of These Wings” went on to win the ACM for album of the year, becoming Lambert’s record-setting fifth consecutive studio offering to earn that recognition.
Lambert brings her Wildcard Tour to the SAP Center in San Jose on Feb. 28 and the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on Feb. 29.
Cody Johnson and LANCO open both shows.
Details: 7 p.m.; $35.75-$90.75, ticketmaster.com
Just remembering the great show @mirandalambert delivered in Sacramento 2 ears ago. Looking forward to the star's return, with shows at @SAPCenter in beautiful @CityofSanJose and @Golden1Center in lovely @TheCityofSac. @LiveNationSF has you covered https://t.co/gYDOhj03Ng
— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) February 13, 2020
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