Miranda Lambert absolutely rocks this country classic during one of her concerts. In this country throwback, we’re taking a look at when the award-winning singer adds her flair to Alan Jackson’s “Don’t Rock The Jukebox.”
This video is captured from Lambert’s Wildcard Tour in early 2020. This stop is a Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, which Lambert currently calls home.
Lambert stuns in a retro-inspired dress with fringe and sequin red boots. She plays along to the song on her acoustic guitar. Her voice is clear and loud with just enough of her native Texas twang shining through, making this rendition of the classic 90s hit unique. As she starts to near the end of the song, the crowd starts to sing along.
Miranda Lambert Lines Up 2021 Concert Dates
Listen up Miranda Lambert fans, the “Bluebird” singer is bringing back her Wildcard Tour that got cut short last year because of the pandemic.
Lambert is heading back to her home state of Texas to perform for five of the 12 dates. She also plans on going to Washington, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and Florida.
The announcement came via Lambert’s social media. She wrote, “First concert in over a year. Texas, I can’t wait to come home” along with a heart emoji.
The three Texas dates in April are sold out, and they did so in a fast fashion. After finding that out, Lambert added two more dates, but in May. She’s planning on playing the legendary country music, and bull riding, haunt Billy Bob’s Texas.
“I cannot wait to get home. I cannot wait to get back on that stage,” says Lambert in an Instagram video where she thanks her fans.
Furthermore, the concert posters display COVID-19 protocols that audience members must follow while attending the country star’s performance.
Lambert and Husband Involved in Hit-and-Run Accident
However, the singer’s recent trip was cut short because of a hit-and-run incident. Fortunately, no one was injured in the crash.
Lambert and McLoughlin were driving on I-20 through Atlanta, Georgia when a reckless driver sideswiped her airstream trailer. Reports say that they were going 70 miles per hour down the busy highway. After the driver hit the trailer, named “The Sheriff,” the person quickly drove away before police arrived on the scene.
The car was still drivable for the remaining four-hour journey. However, Miranda Lambert had to file a police report.