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Miranda Lambert would be the first to admit her career in country music sounds like something straight out of a fairytale factory: Once upon a time, a teenage singer/songwriter from small-town Lindale, Texas, auditioned for a TV show called Nashville Star, the country-music version of American Idol. She bombed with her first audition, but tried again, sang the iconic Willie Nelson composition Crazy, and nailed it. Lambert reached only third place on the show, but that was fine with her. She already had a career playing Texas honky-tonks. Nonetheless, Sony Music Nashville soon came calling. 

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