On May 25th, Miranda Lambert announced that her Tishomingo, Oklahoma boutique, Pink Pistol, would be closing its doors.
She opened the store in 2012 with the help of her then-husband, Blake Shelton, in the town they resided in. Since they got divorced last year, she moved to the Nashville area to be closer to the country music scene.
"I want to send a heartfelt thank you to all the employees who worked hard to help me bring the store in Tishomingo to life, as well as the patrons who came to experience the Pink Pistol and supported the store," Lambert said about the closure.
Since the announcement, fans have been speculating the reason for the sudden closure, and what would be next for the building that housed the boutique.
Later that day, Shelton revealed he bought the building and has some big plans "brewing".
Lambert has stayed quiet since the announcement, but she did sit down with Guide Live on Wednesday (June 1) to talk about Pink Pistol's relocation to her hometown of Lindale, Texas.
"They’re moving to a new location in Lindale, a real bad-ass place, in August,” Lambert said. “I love Nashville and being close to all the songwriters I write with, but my roots are in Texas and I get home quite a bit — in fact, I’m going camping on the river next week with my friends and family in South Texas.”
In the meantime, she will be hard at work on her seventh studio album, her first since her divorce. She isn't shy about writing songs about her exes, so it should be interesting to hear her side of things, since we got a taste of Shelton's with his newest album, If I'm Honest.
Listen to one of her ex-boyfriend inspired hits, "Kerosene", below.
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