Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram & Jon Randall Drop “Am I Right or Amarillo”
Miranda Lambert along with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall just released a new song as part of their forthcoming collaboration project, ‘The Marfa Tapes’. “Am I Right or Amarillo” is available now, March 26th, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the track.
County music superstar Miranda Lambert recently revealed that she has joined forces with fellow musicians, Jack Ingram and Jon Randall on a brand new record entitled THE MARFA TAPES, slated to come out on May 7th. The trio already released two songs off the intimate record including “In His Arms” and a new, raw version of Lambert’s award-winning track “Tin Man.” The third release, out today, is titled “Am I Right or Amarillo.”
Unlike the previous releases, “Am I Right or Amarillo” is a true back and forth between Lambert and Ingram. The record begins with insane harmonies between the two, showcasing their undeniable talent and connection to each other. From there on, Randall sings the verses showcasing his individual talent, but the track soars with the harmonies. The song is heartbreakingly beautiful, and it’s clear that love is at the forefront of this upcoming project.
With each new release, THE MARFA TAPES is proving to be a project for the ages! The purity, intimacy, talent, and overall creativity that went into this project is evident with every note strummed, lyric crafted, and vocal sang. “Am I Right or Amarillo” is another work of art in what is sure to be a masterpiece record in its totality.
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