The Pistol Annies are sitting in plush chairs at the top of a building on Music Row, discussing dirty laundry — the secrets their mamas told them to keep to themselves.
It’s two days before the trio’s first show in more than seven years — a sold-out headlining gig at the “Mother Church of Country Music,” Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium — and less than two weeks before the drop date of its highly anticipated third album, “Interstate Gospel.” For the supergroup composed of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, songs littered with episodes from their private lives have become a calling card.
“You know, the best way to solve a problem is never talk about it and never bring it up,” Presley says sarcastically, quoting her mother.
“You don’t air your dirty laundry,” Lambert sympathizes.
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