Miranda Lambert will headline “A Home for the Holidays,” an annual television special highlighting families who have adopted children through the foster care system. The show airs December 23rd at 8:00 p.m ET on CBS.
During the pre-taped program, Lambert performs “Pushin’ Time” and “Keeper of the Flame,” both tracks from her latest album The Weight of These Wings, as well as the chart-topping Revolution hit “The House That Built Me.”
Several segments throughout the special share the stories of families who have adopted children, with Lambert herself visiting with some of these families to offer holiday greetings.
Lambert released her sixth full-length album The Weight of These Wings in November. It ranked Number Two on Rolling Stone Country‘s 40 Best Country Albums of 2016 and debuted at Number One on Billboard‘s Top Country Albums Chart. The album is currently sitting at Number Three on Top Country Albums, while Lambert’s recently released single “We Should Be Friends” is at Number 44 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
Since releasing the album, Lambert has made the late-night TV rounds, performing Weight cuts like lead single “Vice” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and “Highway Vagabond” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She also made a surprise appearance at a Nashville Brent Cobb show last week, joining the songwriter for Platinum tune “Old Shit.”
Lambert will tour in support of The Weight of These Wings in 2017. The Highway Vagabond Tour kicks off in Evansville, Indiana, on January 26th.