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Artist/Song/Album Name Award Category Year Credits Winner
Miranda Lambert ACM Triple Crown 2022 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert Entertainer of the Year 2021 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)
Elle King and Miranda Lambert
Video of the Year 2021 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Winner
Fooled Around And Fell In Love
Miranda Lambert feat. Maren Morris, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack and Elle King
Music Event of the Year 2019 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Winner
The House That Built Me Song of the Decade 2019 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Gene Weed Milestone Award 2018 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2017 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Tin Man Song of the Year 2017 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Tin Man Song of the Year 2017 Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Winner
The Weight of These Wings Album of the Year 2016 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2016 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Forever Country Video of the Year 2016 Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2015 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert ACM Merle Haggard Spirit Award 2015 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Smokin' And Drinkin' Vocal Event of the Year 2015 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Platinum Album of the Year 2014 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2014 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert 50th Anniversary Milestone Award 2014 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Automatic Song of the Year 2014 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Automatic Song of the Year 2014 Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2013 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
We Were Us Vocal Event of the Year 2013 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Mama's Broken Heart Single Record of the Year 2013 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2012 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Over Yousingle Single Record of the Year 2012 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Over You Song of the Year 2012 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Over You Song of the Year 2012 Miranda Lambert - Composer Winner
Four The Record Album of the Year 2011 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2011 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert Female Vocalist of the Year 2010 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
The House That Built Me Single Record of the Year 2010 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
The House That Built Me Song of the Year 2010 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
The House That Built Me Video of the Year 2010 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
REVOLUTION Album of the Year 2009 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Top Female Vocalist 2009 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
White Liar Video of the Year 2009 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Crazy Ex- Girlfriend Album of the Year 2007 Miranda Lambert - Artist Winner
Miranda Lambert Top New Female Vocalist 2006 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert
ACM Triple Crown
2022
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Entertainer of the Year
2021
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)
Video of the Year
2021
Artist: Elle King
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Producer: Angie Lorenz
Producer: Wes Edwards
Producer: Lora Criner
Producer: James Stratakis
Director: Alexa Kinigopoulos
Director: Stephen Kinigopoulos
Winner
Fooled Around And Fell In Love
Music Event of the Year
2019
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Artist: Maren Morris
Artist: Ashley McBryde
Artist: Tenille Townes
Artist: Caylee Hammack
Artist: Elle King
Producer: Jay Joyce
Record Label: RCA Records Nashville
Record Label: Vanner Records
Winner
The House That Built Me
Song of the Decade
2019
Miranda Lambert - Artist Trent Hardville - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Allen Shamblin - Composer Built On Rock (ASCAP) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Composer Tomdouglasmusic (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Allen Shamblin -
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Gene Weed Milestone Award
2018
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2017
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Tin Man
Song of the Year
2017
Miranda Lambert - Artist Jack Ingram - Songwriter Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Jon Randall - Songwriter Beat Up Ford Publishing (BMI) - Publisher BMG Platinum Songs (BMI) - Publisher Lonesome Vinyl Music (BMI) - Publisher Pink Dog Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher SWMBMGBMI (BMI) - Publisher
Winner
The Weight of These Wings
Album of the Year
2016
Miranda Lambert - Artist Frank Liddell - Producer Eric Masse - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Label Vanner Records - Record Label
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2016
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Forever Country
Video of the Year
2016
Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2015
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert
ACM Merle Haggard Spirit Award
2015
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Smokin' And Drinkin'
Vocal Event of the Year
2015
Miranda Lambert - Artist Little Big Town - Artist Frank Liddell - Producer Chuck Ainlay - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Winner
Platinum
Album of the Year
2014
Miranda Lambert - Artist Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2014
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert
50th Anniversary Milestone Award
2014
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Automatic
Song of the Year
2014
Miranda Lambert - Artist Nicolle Galyon - Songwriter Natalie Hemby - Songwriter Miranda Lambert - Songwriter EMI Blackwood Music, Inc. (BMI) - Publisher Pink Dog Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI) - Publisher Wruckestrike (BMI) - Publisher
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2013
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
We Were Us
Vocal Event of the Year
2013
Capitol Records Nashville - Record Company Hit Red Records - Record Company Keith Urban - Artist Keith Urban - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist Nathan Chapman - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Winner
Mama's Broken Heart
Single Record of the Year
2013
Miranda Lambert - Artist Reagan Rosson - Producer Ryan Sternberg - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2012
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Over Yousingle
Single Record of the Year
2012
Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist RCA - Record Company
Winner
Over You
Song of the Year
2012
Blake Shelton - Composer Miranda Lambert - Artist Miranda Lambert - Composer Pink Dog Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Sony ATV/Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Winner
Four The Record
Album of the Year
2011
Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist RCA - Record Company
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2011
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Female Vocalist of the Year
2010
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
The House That Built Me
Single Record of the Year
2010
Miranda Lambert - Artist Trent Hardville - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Allen Shamblin - Composer Built On Rock (ASCAP) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Composer Tomdouglasmusic (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Allen Shamblin -
Winner
The House That Built Me
Song of the Year
2010
Miranda Lambert - Artist Trent Hardville - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Allen Shamblin - Composer Built On Rock (ASCAP) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Composer Tomdouglasmusic (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Allen Shamblin -
Winner
The House That Built Me
Video of the Year
2010
Miranda Lambert - Artist Trent Hardville - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Allen Shamblin - Composer Built On Rock (ASCAP) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Composer Tomdouglasmusic (BMI) - Publisher Tom Douglas - Allen Shamblin -
Winner
REVOLUTION
Album of the Year
2009
Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Top Female Vocalist
2009
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner
White Liar
Video of the Year
2009
Miranda Lambert - Artist Chris Hicky - Director Tameron Hedge - Producer
Winner
Crazy Ex- Girlfriend
Album of the Year
2007
Miranda Lambert - Artist
Winner
Miranda Lambert
Top New Female Vocalist
2006
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Winner

Nominees Search Results

Artist/Song/Album Name Award Category Year Credits Winner
The Marfa Tapes
Jack Ingram
Miranda Lambert
Jon Randall
Album of the Year 2021 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
The Marfa Tapes
Jack Ingram
Miranda Lambert
Jon Randall
Album of the Year 2021 Producer: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Female Artist of the Year 2021 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Female Artist of the Year 2020 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Bluebird
Miranda Lambert
Single of the Year 2020 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Bluebird
Miranda Lambert
Song of the Year 2020 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Bluebird
Miranda Lambert
Song of the Year 2020 Songwriter: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Bluebird
Miranda Lambert
Video of the Year 2020 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Wildcard
Miranda Lambert
Album of the Year 2019 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Female Artist of the Year 2019 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Female Artist of the Year 2018 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Drowns the Whiskey Music Event of the Year 2018 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
We Should Be Friends Video of the Year 2017 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Forever Country Vocal Event of the Year 2016 Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Nominee
Vice Single Record of the Year 2016 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Vice Song of the Year 2016 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Vice Song of the Year 2016 Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Nominee
Vice Video of the Year 2016 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Miranda Lambert Entertainer of the Year 2015 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Entertainer of the Year 2014 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Somethin' Bad Vocal Event of the Year 2014 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Automaticsingle Single Record of the Year 2014 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Somethin' Bad Video of the Year 2014 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Miranda Lambert Entertainer of the Year 2013 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Mama’s Broken Heart Song of the Year 2013 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Mama's Broken Heart Video of the Year 2013 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Miranda Lambert Entertainer of the Year 2012 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Entertainer of the Year 2010 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Coal Miner's Daughterevent Vocal Event of the Year 2010 Artist: Miranda Lambert
Nominee
Only Prettier Video of the Year 2010 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
White Liar Single Record of the Year 2009 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
White Liar Song of the Year 2009 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
White Liar Song of the Year 2009 Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Nominee
Miranda Lambert Top Female Vocalist 2008 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Gunpowder & Lead Single Record of the Year 2008 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Miranda Lambert Top Female Vocalist 2007 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Famous In A Small Town Single Record of the Year 2007 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
Miranda Lambert Top Female Vocalist 2006 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert Top New Female Vocalist 2005 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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Kerosene Video of the Year 2005 Miranda Lambert - Artist Nominee
The Marfa Tapes
Album of the Year
2021
Artist: Jack Ingram
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Artist: Jon Randall
Producer: Jack Ingram
Producer: Miranda Lambert
Producer: Jon Randall
Record Label: Vanner Records / RCA Records Nashville
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Female Artist of the Year
2021
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Female Artist of the Year
2020
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Bluebird
Single of the Year
2020
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Producer: Jay Joyce
Record Label: Vanner Records/RCA Records Nashville
Nominee
Bluebird
Song of the Year
2020
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Songwriter: Luke Dick
Songwriter: Miranda Lambert
Songwriter: Natalie Hemby
Publisher: Emileon Songs
Publisher: Little Louder Songs
Publisher: Pink Dog Publishing
Publisher: Songs of Universal, INC
Publisher: Sony ATV Tree Publishing
Publisher: Wrucke for You Publishing
Nominee
Bluebird
Video of the Year
2020
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Director: Trey Fanjoy
Producer: Heather Levenstone
Nominee
Wildcard
Album of the Year
2019
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Producer: Jay Joyce
Record Label: RCA Records Nashville
Record Label: Vanner Records
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Female Artist of the Year
2019
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Female Artist of the Year
2018
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Drowns the Whiskey
Music Event of the Year
2018
Jason Aldean - Artist Miranda Lambert - Artist Michael Knox - Producer Macon Music, LLC - Label Broken Bow Records - Label BBR Music Group - Label BMG - Label
Nominee
We Should Be Friends
Video of the Year
2017
Miranda Lambert - Artist Trey Fanjoy - Director April Dace - Producer
Nominee
Forever Country
Vocal Event of the Year
2016
Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Nominee
Vice
Single Record of the Year
2016
Miranda Lambert - Artist Frank Liddell - Producer Eric Masse - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Label Vanner Records - Record Label
Nominee
Vice
Song of the Year
2016
Miranda Lambert - Artist Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Anderson Fork In The Road Music (ASCAP) - Publisher Shane McAnally - Songwriter Josh Osborne - Songwriter Kobalt Music Group, Ltd. (GMR) - Publisher Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Pink Dog Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Smack Hits (GMR) - Publisher Smackville Music (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
Vice
Video of the Year
2016
Miranda Lambert - Artist Ashley Bergeron Ford - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Entertainer of the Year
2015
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Entertainer of the Year
2014
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Somethin' Bad
Vocal Event of the Year
2014
Miranda Lambert - Artist Carrie Underwood - Artist Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Nominee
Automaticsingle
Single Record of the Year
2014
Miranda Lambert - Artist Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Nominee
Somethin' Bad
Video of the Year
2014
Miranda Lambert - Artist Carrie Underwood - Artist Trey Fanjoy - Director Trent Hardville - Producer
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Entertainer of the Year
2013
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Mama’s Broken Heart
Song of the Year
2013
351 Music (BMI) - Publisher Brandy Clark - Songwriter Crazy Water Music (ASCAP) - Publisher Kacey Musgraves - Songwriter Little Blue Egg (ASCAP) - Publisher Miranda Lambert - Artist Shane McAnally - Songwriter Songs of Parallel (ASCAP) - Publisher Vista Loma Music (ASCAP) - Publisher Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI) - Publisher
Nominee
Mama's Broken Heart
Video of the Year
2013
Miranda Lambert - Artist Reagan Rosson - Producer Ryan Sternberg - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director Chuck Ainlay - Producer Frank Liddell - Producer Glenn Worf - Producer RCA Nashville - Record Company
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Entertainer of the Year
2012
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Entertainer of the Year
2010
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Coal Miner's Daughterevent
Vocal Event of the Year
2010
Artist: Loretta Lynn
Artist: Sheryl Crow
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Producers: John Carter Cash
Producers: Patsy Lynn Russell
Record Company: Columbia Nashville
Nominee
Only Prettier
Video of the Year
2010
Miranda Lambert - Artist Trent Hardville - Producer Trey Fanjoy - Director
Nominee
White Liar
Single Record of the Year
2009
Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist
Nominee
White Liar
Song of the Year
2009
Miranda Lambert - Artist Miranda Lambert - Songwriter Natalie Hemby - Songwriter Pink Dog Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher Tiltawhirl Music (BMI) - Publisher
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Top Female Vocalist
2008
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Gunpowder & Lead
Single Record of the Year
2008
Columbia - Record Label Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Top Female Vocalist
2007
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Famous In A Small Town
Single Record of the Year
2007
Columbia Nashville - Record Company Frank Liddell - Producer Mike Wrucke - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Top Female Vocalist
2006
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Miranda Lambert
Top New Female Vocalist
2005
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 Ho
use 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 Pis
tol Annies, and her 2021 ACM and GRAMMY-nominated project The Marfa Tapes, a raw and intimate recording with collaborators Jack In
gram and J
on Ran
dall. With more than 70 prestigious awards to her name, the Li
ndale, 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 Li
ttle Big Town, “The Ba
ndwagon Tour,” and a Las Vegas Residency, “Vel
vet 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, Idy
llwind, while advocating for the adoption of rescue pets through her MuttNation Foundation. 
Nominee
Kerosene
Video of the Year
2005
Holly Millar - Producer Miranda Lambert - Artist Trey Fanjoy - Director
Nominee