Lambert bids Sony adieu
Wednesday, March 15, 2023 – After two decades with Sony Music Nashville, Miranda Lambert announced via social media that she was leaving.
"Over the last 20 years Together we have released albums that allowed me to share my story with the world and we've reached heights I never even dreamed were possible. I'm so thankful for our time together. yet I wouldn't be true to myself if I wasn't constantly looking for the next challenge and a new way to stretch my creativity."
"With that in mind, I've decided to say goodbye to my Sony family. I can't wait to see what my next adventure holds," Lambert tweeted.
The label could not be reached for comment.
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