Lambert establishes own label at Sony

Monday, October 31, 2016 – Miranda Lambert established her own label imprint, Vanner Records, at Sony Music Nashville, it was announced today.

The first release will be her own "The Weight Of These Wings," out Nov. 18. It was unclear if the label would include other artists.

"Creating an imprint was the natural next step in Miranda's and Sony Music Nashville's long time relationship, whose musical journey began in 2004," a label press release said.

"Re-signing Miranda to Sony Music Nashville and helping her create Vanner Records has been absolutely one of the highlights of my 15 months at Sony Music Nashville," said Randy Goodman, Chairman & CEO, SMN.

"Miranda as an artist represents everything we want to be as a record company, and her energy and vision will help drive us forward as well."

"The Weight Of These Wings" is co-produced by Frank Liddell, Glenn Worf, and Eric Masse. The album features her single "Vice."

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