Miranda Lambert’s “Wildcard” Named Grammy Award Winner For Best Country Album

Miranda Lambert takes home the coveted award.

Miranda Lambert - Wildcard Cover | Shot by Ellen von Unwerth | Courtesy of TRUE & RCA Records

Immensely popular with both fans and critics, Miranda Lambert remains one of the biggest forces in country music.

Sunday, she earned the genre’s top Grammy Award: Album of the Year.

“Wildcard,” her album, received the coveted trophy during the first half of Sunday’s broadcast.

Other nominees included Ingrid Andress’ “Lady Like,” Brandy Clark’s “Your Life is a Record,” Ashley McBryde’s “Never Will,” and Little Big Town’s “Nightfall.”

Lambert will also be performing on tonight’s ceremony, which is currently airing on CBS and Paramount+.

Written by Brian Cantor

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