Miranda Lambert wraps up first leg of her American tour by recognising first responders

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Miranda Lambert finished off the first leg of her US tour by taking time out to thank first responders for their life saving efforts.
After taking inspiration from US host Kelly Ford from WNSH New York – who regularly singles out first responders for praise on her morning show – Lambert opted to do the same and invited radio listeners to nominate local heroes wherever she was touring.
The first responders that were picked all got a pair of free tickets to a Lambert gig and also had the opportunity to meet her in person ahead of the show itself.
Speaking about the decision, Lambert – whose husband is a police officer himself – said that it was a great source of pride for her to meet these people in person and that the chance to hear their individual stories were a huge source of inspiration.
“It was an honour to meet some of the incredible first responders, the men and women across the country who have dedicated their lives to service and bravery to keep their communities safe,” Lambert said. “Hearing each one of their unique stories was such an inspiration to me and my team.”
The next step for Miranda Lambert is to head to Australia, where she will be headlining CMC Rocks in Queensland in addition to headline gigs in both Sydney and Melbourne, before she will then head back to America for the second leg of her ‘Wildcard’ tour and also for her performance at the Tortuga Music Festival.

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