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Miranda Lambert Brings ‘Bluebird’ to the 2020 ACM Awards

Miranda Lambert gave us double bluebirds at the 2020 ACM Awards.

Joined by songwriters Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick, Lambert performed “Bluebird” from Nashville’s famed Bluebird Cafe.

“We’re going to do ‘Bluebird’ right at the Bluebird,” the country star — clad in a blue-fringed jacket, sparkly belt and jeans — said as an introduction.

Lambert and her co-writers then flew into a stripped-down, acoustic version of their song.

After the trio finished, host Keith Urban chatted with Lambert, reminding the audience that she won for vocal event of the year, making it her 35th ACM award.

“Bluebird” is one of the many performances happening from the Bluebird Cafe at the 2020 ceremony.

The ACM Awards are produced by dick clark productions, which is owned by MRC Media, the parent company of Billboard.

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