Beginning with her appearance as a finalist on the 2003 season of reality talent show Nashville Star, Miranda Lambert has led a fast and furious charge to become bona fide country music royalty. In 2011, Lambert released her fourth studio album Four the Record to a No. 1 position on the Country Albums chart – her fourth consecutive No. 1 on the chart and most successful Billboard 200 release to date. The album spawned five singles, including the chart-topping “Over You” and “Mama’s Broken Heart”, earning the album – and Lambert – unilateral praise from critics. Four the Record was preceded by three No. 1 albums – Lambert’s 2005 debut Kerosene, 2007 follow up Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and 2009’s Revolution, which earned her a Best Female Country Vocal Performance Grammy for hit single “The House that Built Me.” In 2013, Lambert once again topped the charts with Keith Urban on duet “We Were Us,” marking her fourth No. 1 hit on the Country Songs chart. On tour in 2013, Lambert has charmed fans with her friendly personality and serious performance chops, making her live concerts one of the hottest tickets in country music.