If you like Loretta Lynn, then you'll love Miranda Lambert.
What they have in common:
Loretta Lynn is known for her emotional, fearless songs about everyday real country life. The chanteuse sung about birth control in her song, "The Pill," spun a heartbreaking story about growing up impoverished in "Coal Miner's Daughter," and reflected on the ugly side of divorce in "Rated X."
Miranda Lambert—who is nominated for Female Vocalist Of The Year, Vocal Event Of The Year and Entertainer Of The Year—has charted a musical career similar to Lynn’s, singing songs like "The House That Built Me" and "Automatic," both of which are chock-full of gut-wrenching sentiment.