Miranda Lambert Shares ‘Street Week Selfies’ with Husband, Brendan, In Celebration Of Her New Book, ‘Y’all Eat Yet’
Lambert’s new book is available now.
Brendan McLoughlin, Miranda Lambert; Photo via Instagram
Miranda Lambert is currently kicking off release week for her new book, Y’all Eat Yet: Welcome to The Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen, which arrived Tuesday, April 25. After getting glammed up for the day ahead in New York City, the country star snapped a selfie with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, who has joined her in support of this exciting week.
The photo of the lovebirds was posted to Lambert’s Instagram with the caption, “Street week selfies.”
Selfies With Brendan McLoughlin
Prior to arriving in NYC, the country star and her hubby enjoyed some time together in Savannah, GA. Sharing a few highlights to social media, fans caught a glimpse of their trip, which included stunning views, local dishes, and a bit of town history.
Several friends and fellow artists were quick to compliment the couple on how happy they look together as they take on new adventures together.
Russell Dickerson’s wife, Kailey, commented “Yallllll are just 😍😍😍😍,” while Parker McCollum wrote, “Good lookin people!”
Busy Week For The Superstar
The “If I Was A Cowboy” singer is celebrating the release of Y’all Eat Yet with a series of signing events, beginning at the 5th Avenue Barnes & Noble store in New York City. Lambert’s getting ready process was filmed from her hotel room with a stunning view of the city. She can be seen getting her makeup and hair done, choosing all the right accessories to pair with her stunning gold and black ensemble styled by Tiffany Gifford, and arriving at the CNN studio.
As of April 25, Y’all Eat Yet is available for purchase at retailers and stores across the country including Walmart, Target, Buc-ee’s, Cracker Barrel, Kroger and Whole Foods, Nashville’s Parnassus Books, plus online.
This project delivers an inside look into Lambert’s life off stage, on her farm and on the road. She also discusses her beloved Airstream trailers, her signature fashion sense, and her decorating style, and allows her readers to learn about her Texas roots, which made her the person she is today. Growing up, she was strongly influenced by the empowering women around her, including her mother, grandmother, and her mother’s tight-knit group of girlfriends.
Book Available Now
These relationships taught her about the importance of female friendship and the bonds that women share. Plus, along the way she learned a thing or two about how to be a good host, which entails making the right kind of food and drink.
“What started during the pandemic as me, my mom and her friends staying close, made me realize all the ways food brought us together for laughter, projects, escaping and even tough stuff,” Lambert said in a press reelase. “Then I thought, ‘Wouldn’t making one of those spiral-bound church cookbooks be cool?’ But once I got started, I realized with all that living, these women – beyond mom, Neicy, Heidi and Vicki, there’s my grandma Nonny and her friends – really created a world that shaped who I was. That’s how Y’all Eat Yet? became so much more than just their recipes! It became a book about chasing my dream, how we live life and bring people together.”
Along with each of the 50 recipes that have been handed down from her mom, grandma and some cherished friends, this book will prepare the reader for a number of different occasions, whether that be facing tough news over breakfast, starting new holiday traditions or simply hosting a much-needed porch party.
“Good food nourishes the heart and the soul as much as the body,” she continued. “It doesn’t have to be fancy or hard to make; just something that tells people how loved and welcome they are. By stripping things down to the basics, whether it’s the holidays, glamping or just sitting around playing songs, you can make being together special without much fuss. That’s how I was raised and try to live!”
Miranda Lambert recently joined NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers on Monday, April 24, followed by appearances on CBS Mornings, ABC’s Live with Kelly & Mark and Tamron Hall tomorrow on April 25, and on BRAVO’s Watch What Happens Live on May 1 and on HBO Max/CNN’s Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace on May 5.
Next up, she will head to The Grove Barnes & Noble store in Los Angeles on April 28 at 11 a.m. PT and in her hometown of Lindale, Texas – where many of the book’s stories were born – at her own Pink Pistol store on May 9 at 12 p.m. CT. This stop comes ahead of the ACM Awards in nearby Dallas on May 11 where she is nominated in five categories: Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year (as both artist and producer), Female Artist of the Year and Artist-Songwriter of the Year.
Miranda Lambert also has several more dates on the books for her Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas Residency. The singer’s residency kicked off on September 23, 2022, and is currently set to run through December of this year.
Miranda Lambert, Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment are donating $1 of every ticket purchased to “Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo The Las Vegas Residency” at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit that has raised over $6 million since its inception in 2009.
She will return to the Sin City stage in July.
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.