Miranda Lambert has parted ways with her longtime record label, Sony Music Nashville.
The country superstar announced the news via social media, alongside a graphic that included all nine of her studio albums released under the Sony Music Nashville imprint: “Since I was 19-years-old, Sony has been my home in Nashville. Over the last 20 years together we have released albums that allowed me to share my story with the world, and we’ve reached heights I’d never even dreamed were possible.” Lambert went on to thank the team at Sony: “I’m so thankful for our time together and everything they made possible for me, yet I wouldn’t be true to myself if I wasn’t constantly looking for the next challenge and a new way to stretch my creativity. With that in mind, I’ve decided to say goodbye to my Sony family. I can’t wait to see what the next adventure holds.”
During her time at Sony, Lambert earned seven No. 1 solo albums, 10 No. 1 hit radio singles, and more than 70 prestigious awards. She is a three-time GRAMMY winner, 14-time CMA Awards winner, and is the most-awarded artist in the history of the Academy of Country Music with a total of 37 career ACM Awards. Her latest album, Palomino, arrived in April of 2022 and included hits such as “If I Was A Cowboy,” and “Strange,” and also includes fan-favorite tracks like “Actin’ Up” and “Geraldene.”
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As reported by WWBL