When the pandemic hit and lockdowns began, was forced to slow things down for the first time in a long time.
The country singer told that having no choice but to hang out at home with prompted her to take stock of the important things in life, whether she wanted to or not.
Miranda Lambert gave fans the ultimate treat with a surprise performance at her Nashville bar, Casa Rosa.
In lieu of attending the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, Miranda instead headed down to Broadway to watch her friend and backup singer, Gwen Sebastian, and new country artist Krystal Steel perform live at Casa Rosa. The hit singer shared a video on Instagram Stories of Gwen singing a cover of her early hit, “Kerosene.” But Miranda wasn’t merely a bystander, as she also hopped onstage for a surprise appearance.
captured by who were at Casa Rosa show Miranda delivering a performance of her current radio hit with Elle King, “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home),” to a packed house that loudly sang along with her.
Casa Rosa opened in 2021, making Miranda the first female country artist to own a bar and restaurant on Nashville’s Broadway, following in the footsteps of her peers Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan and others.