HELL ON HEELS
As a solo artist, it took Texas native Miranda Lambert less than a decade to go from second runner-up on a country-themed Idol to the genre’s queen bee, winning CMA album of the year for her 2009 return-to-form Revolution. Lately, however, her best music has been coming from retro-oriented supergroup Pistol Annies, which includes both Nashville journeywoman Ashley Monroe and songwriter Angaleena Presley, the pen behind recent hits including Ashton Shepherd’s “Look It Up” and Lambert’s own “Fastest Girl in Town.” Tonight, the trio brings tunes like the self-explanatory “Hell on Heels” and “Bad Example” to Terminal 5, setting a bad example that all New Yorkers would do best to follow.
Thu., Sept. 13, 8 p.m., 2012
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