Miranda Leigh Lambert (born November 10, 1983) is an American singer and songwriter. Outside of her solo career, she is a member of the Pistol Annies alongside Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley. Lambert has been honored by the Grammy Awards, the Academy of Country Music Awards, and the Country Music Association Awards.
Lambert's debut album Kerosene (2005) was certified Platinum in the United States, and produced the singles "Me and Charlie Talking", "Bring Me Down", "Kerosene", and "New Strings". All four singles reached the top 40 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs. Her second album, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, was released in early 2007. Three of its singles–"Famous in a Small Town", "Gunpowder & Lead", and "More Like Her")–peaked within the top 20 on the country songs chart, with "Gunpowder & Lead" becoming her first top 10 entry in July 2008. Her third album, Revolution, was released in September 2009. Two of its songs–"The House That Built Me" and "Heart Like Mine"–topped the Hot Country Songs chart.
2011's Four the Record, included the singles "Baggage Claim", "Over You", "Fastest Girl in Town", "Mama's Broken Heart", and "All Kinds of Kinds". Lambert released her fifth album, "Platinum", in 2014. The record won the Grammy Award for Best Country Album, and the album's lead single "Automatic" reached top 5 on the Country charts. Her sixth studio album, The Weight of These Wings, was released on November 18, 2016.
SINGER WRITES DEVASTATING SONG RESPONSE TO MIRANDA LAMBERT'S 'TIN MAN'
Perhaps one of the most heartbreaking country songs recorded, Miranda Lambert's "Tin Man" shattered fans with its searing message of sorrow and pain from a broken heart. The song of broken love and hurt was released on the singer's most recent album, The Weight Of These Wings, embodying the emotional trauma and difficulties Lambert experienced during her divorce from former husband and country star Blake Shelton.
Fans resonated with the broken lyrics, evoking the deepest of emotions and sincerity as Lambert's masterpiece gave a sound to their hurt and heartache. However, a singer by the name of The Tin Man took this opportunity to identify the correlation between his stage name and Lambert's song, prompting him to draft what he refers to as a "Response Song".
He opens his video by saying, "Hey Miranda, I'm 'The Tin Man'. You addressed me in your song so I figured I owed you a response." With that, he begins his original composition, chilling viewers with his beautiful vocals and sorrowful lyrics. The singer continues on through his song, recalling the heartbreak that essentially turned the once lovable man into a rusty pile of metal, incapable of feeling.