What Is Miranda Lambert’s Net Worth? (Hint: It’s Big)

Miranda Lambert is one of country music’s biggest stars, and her assets definitely show it. 

The country singer broke into the music scene and released her first album in 2005 and has gone on to release ten studio albums and eight number-one tracks. Between her albums, concert tours and other projects and endorsements, Miranda Lambert’s net worth is estimated to be somewhere around $60 million, making her one of the most successful artists in her genre.

Read on to find out just how the 39-year-old racked up her impressive fortune. 

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1. Music

Lambert got her start competing in several talent shows but her big break came in 2003 when she made it into the final round of Nashville Star.

From there, she signed a deal with Epic Records and released her first album, Kerosene, two years later. The album hit the top spot for country music and eventually went Platinum.

After the success of Kerosene, Lambert’s second album, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, was produced in 2007 through Columbia Records and again found major success reaching number six on the Billboard 200.

She has gone on to produce a handful of albums over the years including RevolutionFour the RecordPlatinumThe Weight of These Wings, Wildcard, The Marfa Tapes and Palomino. Not to mention, a handful of those albums led to tours (and merch), including her current Las Vegas residency. Don’t even get us started on her awards, in addition to her four 2023 Grammy nominations.

2. Clothing and Shoes

Yup, she launched Idyllwind-Fueled by Miranda Lambert back in 2018.

“It’s a clothing line based on women feeling good about who they are and wearing clothes that are comfortable and make them feel like they can do whatever they want to do,” Lambert said in an interview. “It’s about inspiring and comfy clothes.”

Not to mention the country star also has a line of shoes (boots specifically). According to People, Lambert decided to design her own shoes when she couldn’t replace a pair of 1970s-style cowboy boots that had worn through.

“I thought if I could just get my own boot line, I could make some boots for myself,” she said. The line features both flat and heeled styles with buckles, fringe, a metallic sheen and more. She’s also got you covered with sandals, strappy heels, and wedges.

3. Wine

Music and fashion aren’t her only passions. The country singer also has a love for wine (um, same) and created a line of signature wines, “Red 55.”

The collection—which gets its name from her song “Little Red Wagon”—includes bottles named also after her songs, including “Kerosene,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “White Liar” and “Country Road 233.” 

4. Pet Accessories

Lambert is a lover of animals—she owns five dogs, two cats, five horses and two mini-horses. We’re serious. 

So, it’s no surprise that she and her mom established the MuttNation Foundation, which supports shelters and finds homes for pets in need. The line includes dog toys, collars and leashes and bedding and the proceeds help fund the rescue and adoption programs. 

And, of course, having her own animal foundation opens up doors for sponsorships and endorsements (aka more income).

5. Bed & Breakfast

Although no longer in business, the superstar opened the Ladysmith Bed & Breakfast in 2014 in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, when she and ex-husband Blake Shelton lived together in the area.

The property was two stories and featured eight guest bedrooms and an on-site bar with a New Orleans-style balcony. Unfortunately, when the duo split up, the B&B closed. 

With so many projects in addition to her music, it's easy to see how Lambert accumulated such a fortune!