Miranda’s Sauce and Sass: Mama’s Broken Heart

Lady A is getting the royal treatment from mainstream press for their single, “Goodbye Town.” It’s little more than a showcase for those three-part harmonies only Nashville’s Civil War namesake can do. It’s sorry and it’s gloomy.  Nothing like “Need You Now.”

But Miranda Lambert absolutely kicks the doors off her single, “Mama’s Broken Heart” with a stunning comedic performance in the promo video.

This is the kind of southern sauce and sass Miranda has made her own. It’s her brand and bless her heart she does it so well.  When you put your name on something, you’ve got to own it, and Miranda’s down with it.  I’ll be listening to this tune for some time to come

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5 Responses to Miranda’s Sauce and Sass: Mama’s Broken Heart

  1. I have watched this video and was riveted. It’s a really good video. I am not generally a big country music fan, but this video drew me in and I listened to the whole song from start to finish.

    • scout66com says:

      Totally agree with you Solveig. The songwriting is tight, and Miranda’s embodiment of the song’s attitude complement everything going on. Quite well done.

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  3. I thought I knew a lot there is to know about this stuff, but seems we are never to old to learn..;)

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