Miranda Lambert Is The Owner Of A Nashville Home And Will Have An Exhibit Soon

Miranda Lambert Gets Hall Of Fame Exhibit, Buys House With Hubby

Country superstar Miranda Lambert has been pretty busy, it seems. She and her husband, Blake Shelton, just bought a house in Nashville, and she is also getting an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

During an interview with Taste of Country, Lambert revealed that she and Shelton are now homeowners in Music City, after living “in a condo for awhile.”

“But we wanted to like, kinda put roots down, because we’re always going to be in Nashville,” Lambert said.

However, a lot of their time might be spent in Los Angeles, while Shelton is working on The Voice. Miranda said the two “live in Oklahoma full time,” but they lease a house in Los Angeles.

“When we leave Oklahoma, we’re leaving 20 degree weather and it’s snowing and sleeting, and we get to L.A. and it’s sunny and 75, and I’m just like … ‘Oh, thank goodness.'” Lambert added.

Even though the two are busy with traveling, Lambert said she and Shelton are “excited” about their new home in Nashville. The recent purchase of their house also indicates that Miranda and her husband won’t be slowing down, when it comes to making music.

“We’re excited about it because we’re here all the time and we’ll always be here recording records and having something to do in Nashville,” Miranda said.

On top of buying a new house, Lambert revealed that she is also getting an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. A report from the Great American Country blog said that Miranda Lambert: Backstage Access will show off her many gowns, stage costumes, and more – all of which will commemorate the 2013 year in the life of the Grammy award winner.

“The Country Music Hall of Fame is a place to cherish what country music is all about,” Miranda said. “I’m so honored to have an exhibit in this treasured hall.”

The exhibit begins May 16, 2014, and will run until November 9, 2014. Lambert will narrate the exhibit in a very unique way by using her own tweets.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Director Kyle Young called Miranda Lambert “one of contemporary music’s most popular and acclaimed artists, and for good reason.”

“She’s a dynamic performer; an emotive and powerful vocalist whose voice is equally at home with lyrics tough or tender; and a songwriter with a deft touch for feeling and place,” Young said.

Young added that Miranda Lambert’s songs, such as Gunpowder and Lead and The House That Built Me, are “rich contributions to country music’s storytelling traditions.”

A report from The Inquisitr stated that Miranda Lambert released her new single, Automatic, back in early February. As Miranda described it, the song is about “slowing down, taking a breath and remembering what it’s like to live life a little more simply.”