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The two artists will be going back out on the road together for round two of their Bandwagon Tour, and Miranda is sure to be joined by her husband Brendan McLoughlin, whom she wed in 2019 and who retired from the police force in 2020. In the short clip, Miranda rocks a classic denim jacket and has her blonde hair styled in loose waves as she reveals that tickets are now on sale, and tells fans how excited she is to "get to go be part of Little Big Town, my favourite band ever".
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"I'm so excited, we have such a blast on this tour and I can't wait to see y'all," she continued with a big smile on her face.
"It's one of the best memories I have of being on the road, being out with Little Big Town on the Bandwagon tour, so let's do it again!"
The Bandwagon tour will return in May and will feature a 15-date tour kicking off in Houston, TX, on 6 May before stops in Charleston, SC, West Palm Beach, FL, Cincinnati, OH, and wrapping up in Camden, NJ, on 11 June.
Tickets start from $42.
Miranda performs with Little Big Town in 2014
Miranda and Little Big Town will also be joined by special guests The Cadillac Three.
"Bringing my six-year-old daughter for her first concert! So excited and she knows every song!" commented one fan as others asked if she would be visiting their towns.
It's an exciting time for the singer, who is promoting her soon to be released documentary, The Marfa Tapes, in which she features alongside Jack Ingham and Jon Randall.
Miranda's husband Brendan makes a cameo in her new music video
She also just dropped the music video for new single If I Was a Cowboy which features a very special guest.
Her husband Brendan makes a cameo as a cowboy in the saloon Miranda and her crew walk into, and he also took to social media to joke that his wife may "have even convinced me to put on my hat and boots for this one".
The Marfa Tapes offers a glimpse inside the making of the 2021 album of the same name, which was recently nominated for Best Country Album at the Annual Grammy Awards, and features candid interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.
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