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"Track Record" by Miranda Lambert

By Ventipop @ventipop

At 16, Miranda Lambert appeared on the Johnnie High Country Music Revue in Arlington, Texas, the same talent show that had helped launch the career of LeAnn Rimes. Lambert then acquired a recording session in Nashville, Tennessee, but left the studio after she became frustrated with the "pop" type of music presented to her. She went back to Texas in 2000 and asked her father to teach her how to play guitar, so she could write her own songs. Think it's worked out for her.

    Trivial Pursuit: When her parents, Rick and Bev Lambert's, private investigation business faltered, the family was forced to relocate to a quaint farmhouse on her uncle's property. It needed a lot of help, but the family worked hard to make it livable. Eventually, the property inspired Lambert's delivery of hit song 'The House That Built Me.'

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