Miranda Lambert Performs at the Xcel, Fans Missing Her Softer Side


There probably isn’t anyone who does not agree that Miranda Lambert has been through a rough patch after what happened to her and Blake Shelton back in 2015. But rather than letting the media get what they want, Lambert remained quiet about the ordeal.

Instead, she worked hard to produce an impressive album, “The Weight of These Wings” for her fans before going on tour. The singer has come back stronger than ever.
Being on the road is a topic that Miranda often mentions in her songs. Unlike so many of her fellow country singers, like ex-husband Shelton and popular singer Carrie Underwood, Lambert has remained true to her music and style rather than falling into the grasps of mainstream country influences.

Lambert’s latest stop on her “Highway Vagabond Tour” was Xcel Center where she brought the crowds to their feet to dance and sing along with hits like “Kerosene.” The story the country star told through her show was about a badass, hard-drinking country girl who knows how to survive hardships and struggles when everything else around her goes wrong.
The audience not only got to see Lambert’s strong and survivor persona, but they also got the see the more vulnerable and soft side of Lambert through songs like “The House That Built Me”, “Over You”, and “Vice.”

Fans got a sneak peak of her personal feelings and situation after her split with Blake Shelton in the song “Ugly Lights”, that depict the story of her lonely nights sitting and drinking at the bar.
For some fans however, they didn’t feel connected to the singer compared to her previous stops. But that didn’t stop the crowd from dancing, drinking, and singing away the night. Hopefully, fans will be able to see more of Lambert’s spontaneity in next time’s show.

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