Miranda Lambert is bringing some ’90s country to her “Wildcard Tour.” At a recent show in Nashville, Tennessee, Lambert paid tribute to two country music icons including Alan Jackson and Travis Tritt.
Lambert first delivered her version of “Don’t Rock The Jukebox,” which is one of Jackson’s hit songs from 1991. To close out the show, she covered Tritt’s “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive,” alongside her opening acts Lanco and Cody Johnson.
In addition to the two covers, Lambert’s set also included performances of songs from her latest Wildcard album including “Mess With My Head” along with holder hits like “The House That Built Me.” The Nashville crowd also got a special surprise appearance from Lambert’s trio, the Pistol Annies for a mini-set.
Watch Lambert’s Alan Jackson and Travis Tritt covers below.
As Lambert travels to different cities for her tour, she plans to simultaneously run MuttNation’s Fill the Little Red Wagon campaign in collaboration with Tractor Supply. Fill the Little Red Wagon offers fans the opportunity to bring food, treats, supplies and donations for animals to any tour location. The donations then go to a local animal shelter in every city where Lambert performs.
In addition to showing her support for animals, Lambert will also honor first responders throughout her tour. At each stop, a nominated local first responder will be honored and given a pair of tickets and meet-and-greet passes.
Lambert kicked off her “Wildcard Tour” on January 16 in Tupelo, Mississippi and has shows scheduled through the end of February. Her next stop will be to Salk Lake City, Utah on January 31. Tickets to the tour are available now.
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