Miranda Lambert recently announced a star-studded fall tour, and at the ACMs, she treated fans to a taste of what's in store.
Lambert and her killer backing band crisscrossed through her whole career, performing a mega-mix of five of her biggest hits before the crowd gathered at Las Vegas' Grand Garden Arena on Sunday night (April 7).
They began with "Kerosene," the title track off her 2005 debut album. They then moved onto "Gunpowder & Lead," the swaggering single from her sophomore album Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The fiery "Mama's Broken Heart," off her 2011 LP Four the Record, followed, and "White Liar" off 2009's Revolution came after that.
Finally, the medley ended with a bit of "Little Red Wagon," one of her sauciest songs off 2014's Platinum. Lambert and company played little more than a verse and a chorus off of each -- the perfect tease to make you want to dive into her extensive collection of hits.
Lambert's catalog has earned her 32 ACM wins over the years -- the most in ACMs history -- as host Reba McEntire noted in her introduction.
She is up for two trophies at this year's ceremony: female artist of the year and music event of the year for her Jason Aldean collaboration "Drowns the Whiskey."