Miranda Builds A House At The Top Of The Charts
June 22, 2010 at 7:05 AM (PT)
Congrats to VP/Promotion JIMMY RECTOR and the staff at COLUMBIA/NASHVILLE as MIRANDA LAMBERT’s “The House That Built Me,” rolls into its 4th week at the top spot on the MEDIABASE Country Singles Chart this week. That makes it the longest running No. 1 song of the year on the chart.
“It’s the lyrics that deserve the credit. It's an amazing song and I am so honored to have recorded it," said LAMBERT” The song comes on the heels of her first #1 single “White Liar,” both from her third album, “Revolution,” which won the ACM Album of The Year Award in APRIL.
Recently, MIRANDA wrapped up her first headline tour, “Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars” which included 17 sold-out shows on the 25-city tour. She set attendance records in NEW BRAUNFELS, TX with 5,550; DULUTH, GA, with 4,700; STILLWATER, OK with 11,000 and her show in FLORENCE, AZ drew 19,000 people. Tonight (6/22), LAMBERT takes the stage at NASHVILLE’s BRIDGESTONE ARENA for NASHVILLE RISING: A Benefit Concert For Flood Recovery.
Her new single “Only Prettier,” was just released this week to radio. For more information, visit www.MirandaLambert.com.