Miranda Lambert is gearing up for her GRAMMYs performance on Sunday, March 14 and ahead of her performance she teased some details of her performance.
In a recently released video, Lambert shared a few details about her 2021 GRAMMYs performance and also admitted that she is thankful for the time that she’s had off the road to spend with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin.
“I’ve learned that I could’ve used some more rest, I didn’t realize how long, you know I’ve been doing this for a really long time and how the grind can take a toll but you don’t know that till you stop,” the “Tequila Does” singer said. “So, I am thankful for having the rest and the time to just do life. Like, I was newly married when the shutdown happened. So I got to enjoy my husband and we brought an airstream and got to see some things that I never really get to see. I sort of show up and get to do my show and then leave. So, I’ve enjoyed just kind of doing life and not having to constantly be on the go but with that being said I definitely don’t want to retire anytime soon, i’m ready to roll.”
The singer went on to reveal a few details about her upcoming performance as well as tell fans why the GRAMMYs are a great night to celebrate amazing music throughout all genres.
“I haven’t got to sing this song, really at all, because it was a single right in the beginning of 2020, so you know, the band got together and rehearsed it here on Monday [March 8], we hadn’t played it much,” Lambert explained. “I’m just excited to sing it and the set is beautiful. It’s very ethereal and there’s like this peaceful vibe, it’s got a lot of flowers. So, i’m excited about it.”
“The GRAMMYs is just a night to celebrate all kinds of art, it’s where all different musicians from all genres come together and celebrate what we do and show respect for each other,” the hitmaker added. “I definitely know I speak for all of us probably when I say we really miss the fans this year, especially but at least we can bring the music to their homes this year and that’s better than nothing.”
Lambert said, “one great reason to tune in [on Sunday] is because we haven’t seen live music, this is your way to see live music and it’s a way to see all kinds of live music from all different genres, it’s going to be awesome.”
Additionally, the two-time GRAMMY winner is up for three nods, including Best Country Solo Performance, Best Country Song for “Bluebird” and Best Country Album for Wildcard.
“This year felt extra special to be nominated because it was just a bright spot, especially for music,” Lambert shared. “We haven’t been able to do what we love to do, so getting to come to the GRAMMYs and perform and have your song celebrated, it means the world.”
The 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards will also feature performances by Bad Bunny, Black Pumas, Cardi B, BTS, Brandi Carlile, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, HAIM, Brittany Howard, Lil Baby, Mickey Guyton, Maren Morris, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, John Mayer, Megan Thee Stallion, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Harry Styles, and Taylor Swift.
Hosted by Trevor Noah, “Music’s Biggest Night” will air on Sunday, March 14 at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS.