Miranda Lambert, 'Revolution'

It's a new golden era for women in country, and Miranda Lambert, a serious songwriter with fire in her belly, earns her kudos as a new <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST001231" title="Loretta Lynn" href="/topic/arts-culture/loretta-lynn-PEHST001231.topic">Loretta Lynn</a>. Her third album highlights her introspective side while still offering the dust-kickers that made her a star. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005280" title="Carrie Underwood" href="/topic/entertainment/music/carrie-underwood-PECLB005280.topic">Carrie Underwood</a>, who is to Lambert what <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004020" title="Tammy Wynette" href="/topic/entertainment/music/tammy-wynette-PECLB004020.topic">Tammy Wynette</a> was to Lynn, returns with her third studio album, "Play On," in November.<br>
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Columbia, Sept. 29
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It's a new golden era for women in country, and Miranda Lambert, a serious songwriter with fire in her belly, earns her kudos as a new Loretta Lynn. Her third album highlights her introspective side while still offering the dust-kickers that made her a star. Carrie Underwood, who is to Lambert what Tammy Wynette was to Lynn, returns with her third studio album, "Play On," in November.

Columbia, Sept. 29

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