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Miranda Lambert's song selections confirm her status as modern country's best outlaw 

Jamey Johnson has the Waylon Jennings baritone and the David Allan Coe beard, but make no mistake: Miranda Lambert is, to date, the most successful exponent of outlaw country in the 21st century. Every one of Lambert's five records has been a…

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