After gracing 25 cities with a rollicking night of country music featuring a side of sass, the rotating, all-female Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour came to an end on Saturday for Miranda Lambert
The tour included Lambert’s Pistol Annies bandmates on all dates along with a rotating cast of Maren Morris, Elle King, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes and Caylee Hammack
Songs off Lambert’s Nov. 1 chart-topping album Wildcard include current Top 15 single “It All Comes Out in the Wash,” nominated last week for Best Country Song at the upcoming GRAMMY Awards alongside her Pistol Annies project Interstate Gospel, which earned a nod in the Best Country Album category.
“I started this tour inspired by all of the talented women joining me on the road and I’m ending this trek energized by all of the memories, camaraderie, and fans we met along the way,” shared Lambert. “As we head into Thanksgiving, I’m incredibly grateful to my fans for supporting this beautiful journey and can’t wait to get back out there in January on the Wildcard Tour and keep playing this new music.”
Fans won’t have to wait long to see Lambert on the road again, as her upcoming Wildcard Tour kicks off Thursday, Jan. 16 in Tupelo, Miss. with special guests Cody Johnson and LANCO as well as Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum on select dates.
First though, Lambert will help ring in the holiday season with performances of “Bluebird” and “Settling Down” off her Wildcard album as part of “The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS” television special, live from New York City this Thursday, Nov. 28, at 9 a.m. ET (delayed 9 a.m. PT).