Miranda Lambert's friends mean everything to her, which is why she never has a problem sharing the stage with them.
During a concert at the U.S. Cellular Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire in 2010, Lambert invited her friends and fellow country artists Eric Church and Josh Kelley on stage to cover "Ramblin' Fever," made popular by Merle Haggard.
"Ramblin' Fever" was released in 1977 off of Haggard's album of the same title. The song was a major success, reaching the #2 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart.
During her performance in New Hampshire, Lambert starts singing the song by herself before she invites Church and Kelley, who she calls her "eye candy," on stage.
The trio have a fun time singing the song, with Kelley holding a red solo cup and often sharing a microphone with Lambert.
At one point, Lambert takes Church's ball cap and aviator glasses and puts them on, beating her chest like a gorilla.
Lambert finishes the song out solo, but she still makes sure to recognize Church and Kelley for their part in the performance.
Right before she walks off stage, Lambert also asks the crowd to make some noise for her band. Lambert exits the stage as her band finishes playing, with the crowd erupting into applause at the conclusion of the performance.
It's clear that Lambert, Church, and Kelley had a lot of fun performing Haggard's hit song, so we hope that you have fun watching them in the video below.
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