Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley Record Duets For CBS Drama
Miranda Lambert posted a clip of a new song she and Dierks Bentley have recorded together for the CBS TV drama Fire Country, which will air one of the new songs on Friday (5/12). The two country stars have recorded a couple of songs for the show.
Miranda posted a clip of her and Dierks singing one of the new songs in the studio on Instagram. While she did not reveal the title of any of the new songs, She wrote along with the clip, “Got some exciting news for y’all! We have a few new songs that will be on @FireCountryCBS! (fire emoji) Tune into the show for the next two weeks on @cbstv to hear ’em.”
Fans loved the new stuff, and many responded to Lambert’s post, including one who wrote, “Their voices together is GOLD!!! Beautiful!!!!” Another fan said, “Omg, I love this match!!!!” One more fan commented, “Excited!!! I love that show!! I’m gonna be so sad after the season ends!”
See Miranda’s post here.
Miranda Lambert sat down and chatted with Chris Wallace on Who’s Talking To Chris Wallace on HBO Max and CNN, which aired last week (5/5). In the segment, Miranda discussed writing the theme song for Queer Eye, “Y’all Means All.” and country music being “standoffish” to the LGBTQ community.
Lambert told Wallace, “I’m not sure. I don’t know why anybody would have time for all of the hate. I don’t feel like there’s room in my life and in my world and in my country music community.” She added, “I feel like we’re all in it together and just, more than anything encouraging people to be who they are no matter what.”
Wallace then asked her if she got a “blowback” from her stance. She replied, “I don’t think so. Or maybe I just don’t hear it or care to hear it. I just feel like I’m a singer-songwriter. My job is to write songs and sing songs about who I am and what I believe in and write all of our stories. And that’s part of the story and in my own life with my brother and his husband, Marc. So I feel like if you keep it about the music and love the rest of it’s just noise.”