Nothing can stop Miranda Lambert.
The country singer may have been forced to end her 2016 Keeper of the Flame Tour early due to vocal problems, but she's making sure to give it all back to her fans...by going on tour again very soon!
E! News has learned the 32-year-old will hit the road in January 2017 for her Highway Vagabond Tour. The announcement comes on the heels of news about her highly anticipated double album, The Wight of These Wings, which will be released on November 18.
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Old Dominion and Aubrie Sellers will join Lambert for the ride as her special guests, kicking things off on Jan. 24, 2017, in Evansville, Ind.
The 18 shows (which you can see here) will then continue through the midwest and the east coast.
Meanwhile, Lambert released her first song from her new album, "Vice," over the summer, marking the first single she'd released since her divorce from Blake Shelton in 2015.
The track holds a down-tempo beat with a heartbreaking message, as the lyrics go, "Another vice, another call, another bed I shouldn't crawl out of," she sings in the song. "At 7 a.m, with shoes in my hand said I wouldn't do it, but I did it again / And I know I'll be back tomorrow night."
Though we're sure her upcoming album will have plenty of inspiration stemming from her split with Shelton, we're also hope her new-found love with Anderson East will be present.
The pair sparked romance rumors in November 2015 and have been going strong ever since.
In fact, a source recently shared with E! News, "Miranda adores Anderson. They understand each other. Anderson has given Miranda this confidence she hasn't felt in some time. They are very supportive with each other and their careers."