Miranda Lambert joins the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame

Miranda Lambert has a new accolade under her belt: She was recently inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame during a ceremony in Houston, Texas.

The country star was among a class of 2021 inductees that also includes Lavonna "Shorty" Koger, a former rodeo contestant and leading industry cowboy hat-maker, Olympic equestrian Kathryn Kusner and more.

The National Cowgirl Hall of Fame recognizes women who exemplify the Western spirit of resilience and independence. Though it focuses on women pursuing cowboy-centric careers, the Hall recognizes a wide variety of women who bring the cowgirl spirit to whatever it is they do.
It’s a timely honor for Miranda, as she just released her newest single, “If I Was a Cowboy.”
You can also catch her performing at the upcoming 2021 CMA Awards show, which airs on ABC on Wednesday, November 10.
On AirK99.1FM - New Country Logo

mobile apps

Everything you love about k99online.com and more! Tap on any of the buttons below to download our app.

amazon alexa

Enable our Skill today to listen live at home on your Alexa Devices!