Miranda Lambert is Excited, Gracious for “Bluebird” and the GRAMMYs: ‘It Means the World’

by Evan Reier
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One of the biggest nights in the music industry, the Grammy Awards, is almost here and Miranda Lambert has big things planned.

First and foremost, Miranda Lambert is up for three big awards. Her album, Wildcard is nominated for Best Country Album, while her hit song “Bluebird” is up for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance.

While three nominations is already an achievement in itself, it’s nothing new for a two-time winner. Plus, she isn’t just attending the Grammy Awards, she’s also set to perform.

In a recent post, Lambert expressed her excitement.

“Bluebird was a hopeful song to begin with,” Lambert writes. “But we could never have predicted that we’d need it so much. It means the world to get to come to the #GRAMMYs and perform and have this song celebrated.”

“Bluebird” was Lambert’s first solo No. 1 hit in over 8 years when it hit the top of the charts in August of 2020. Her previous solo No. 1 was “Over You,” which first hit the top of the charts in May 2012.

The tweet includes a video that features Lambert discussing her anticipation for the show. After a hectic and uncertain year in a pandemic, the arrival of the awards is something she is looking forward to.

Miranda Lambert Looking Forward to the Grammy Awards

Like the caption of her tweet, Miranda Lambert is appreciative that an event like the Grammy Awards can happen at this point.

“Getting to come to the Grammys and perform and have your song celebrated,” Lambert starts. “It means the world. I speak for all of us probably when I say we really missed the fans this year especially, but at least we can bring the music to their homes. That’s better than nothing. I’m ready to roll.”

There’s no doubt that Lambert will bring everything she has for her performance of “Bluebird”. Like being nominated and winning at the Grammy Awards, this isn’t the first rodeo for Miranda Lambert.

In fact, it’s not even the second. In 2015, Lambert performed “Little Red Wagon” for the 57th edition of the awards. Before that, in 2011, she performed “House That Built Me” for the 53rd edition.

You can watch her “Little Red Wagon” performance below:

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