Miranda Lambert got the exciting news that she’d received a Grammy nomination for Best Country Solo Performance for her platinum selling, #1 single, “Mama’s Broken Heart,” while attending the 22nd annual Deer Valley® Celebrity Skifest in Deer Valley, UT.
“I’m so thrilled to have a Grammy nomination with such a great song,” said Miranda. “Mamas Broken Heart is one of my favorite songs I have recorded. It’s also unique to be in the same category with my very talented husband. I am proud to be part of the wonderful country music family!”
Miranda won her first Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “The House That Built Me.” The 56th Grammy Awards airs Sunday, January 26 at 8/7 Central time on CBS.
In Deer Valley to take part in the 22nd annual Deer Valley® Celebrity Skifest, it was her first appearance at the invitational ski event, which pairs former Olympic ski legends with television and film celebrities a weekend of skiing, fundraising and live music. The event raises money and awareness for the Waterkeeper Alliance, the fastest-growing environmental movement in the world. Miranda performed an acoustic set for the event on Saturday evening which was woven throughout the one hour special that was broadcast on Sunday on CBS.