Miranda Lambert continues to reign as the most decorated artist in the history of the Academy of Country Music, most recently earning her second ACM Video of the Year award and her first ACM Entertainer of the Year title at the 57th ACM Awards, bringing her career total to 37 ACM awards. Additional highlights include a record-setting nine consecutive ACM Female Artist of the Year awards, ACM Song of the Decade for “The House That Built Me,” 10 ACM Song and ACM Single of the Year awards (as either an artist or an artist and songwriter), the ACM Milestone Award, and the first-ever ACM Spirit Award. A multi-faceted entertainer, Lambert’s career boasts an impressive discography; her latest album, Palomino, becoming the eighth solo album of her career (seven of which went No. 1), along with 10 No. 1 hit radio singles, three albums with her trio, The Pistol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack Ingram and Jon Randall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Lindale, TX native has remained an unstoppable force since her 2006 breakthrough win for ACM Top New Female Vocalist. Taking on both a co-headlining tour with Little Big Town, “The Bandwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Velvet Rodeo,” in 2022 – Lambert continues to forge her own path in Country Music. She remains true to her Texas roots with her Boot Barn-exclusive cowboy boot collection, Idyllwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation.