Miranda Lambert Gets Star On Walk Of Fame
Miranda Lambert was among the inductees on the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville on Tuesday, October 6th. The singer joined fellow inductees Steve Cropper, E.W. “Bud” Wendell, and the late Johnny Cash as each received a star plaque in the sidewalk of Walk of Fame Park, located across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville.
Miranda was introduced by her good friend Dierks Bentley during the ceremony.
Afterward, Miranda said that the honor is especially meaningful since making Nashville her home in recent months.
“It’s awesome. It’s so cool. Like, I guess seeing it down there, too, kind of made me . . . it set in a little bit. You see it on your calendar and you get your day sheets and all that stuff so sometimes being here and like seeing the actual event and hearing the other folks talk that got it today . . . I don’t know. It just felt real and really cool, so I loved it. I just feel really ingrained in Nashville right now. Like, I feel really part of it and so this just solidifies everything that I’ve been feeling just being here for the last couple months.”
Miranda continues on her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars tour on Thursday, October 8th in Huntsville, AL with Clare Dunn, RaeLynn and Courtney Cole.