Watch Megan Moroney Cover The Hell Out Of Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart”

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Megan Moroney covering Miranda Lambert… I’m here for it.

Megan Moroney stopped into The Big D & Bubba radio show to talk about music, the success of “Tennessee Orange,” how her college degree helped her as an artist, and to sing a little, too.

She starts off her time in the studio by opening up about her certified gold single.

“I never expected any of this. I actually only released the song because Spotify gave us an opportunity, and it needed to be released around football season, and we were like, ‘Well, we’ve got this football song.'”

It is incredible that a song about the University of Tennessee took off, and rest assured, Georgia fans, Moroney’s heart is still in Sanford Stadium.

After chit-chatting for a little bit with Big D and Bubba, she pulls out her guitar to cover Miranda Lambert’s iconic heartbreak song “Mama’s Broken Heart.”

“I love this one because it was written by Kasey Musgraves, but Miranda performs it.”

Written by Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally and Kacey Musgraves, it was released as the fourth single from Lambert’s 2011 album, Four the Record.

Megan Moroney’s voice works perfectly with this song. She has similarities to Lambert’s vocals but with a slightly more distinct twang on specific notes.

She accompanies herself on acoustic while she sings, making for the perfect stripped-down cover.

After she delivers a hell of a cover, she goes back to talking with the boys about her marketing degree has helped her form her brand as an artist. It’s often an overlooked aspect of being an artist, but curating a brand your fans can identify with is a massive key for marketing yourself to venues, record labels, and selling your sound.

There’s a handful of really promising young artists in country music right now, and Megan is certainly near the top of the list.

Give the whole interview a listen below.

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