All year long, Miranda Lambert has been working a cover of the Dixie Chicks’ “Cowboy Take Me Away” into her set, whipping up a makeshift girl group with help from whomever happens to be part of the Certified Platinum Tour that night. Stagecoach 2015: Rolling Stone Country’s Best Live Photos Some evenings, she’s joined by backup singer Carolyn Dawn Johnson and opener RaeLynn. Other times, she swaps harmonies with bandmate Gwen Sebastian and The Voice champ Danielle Bradberry instead. Performed toward the end of Lambert’s set, “Cowboy Take Me Away” isn’t just a break from the amplified punch of her louder songs; it’s a reminder that Lambert, who notched her first gold-certified single around the same time that the Dixie Chicks were wrapping up their swan song, Taking the Long Way , hasn’t forgotten about the girl-powered pioneers who came before her. That same spirit convinced the recent ACM winner to resurrect her Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour, this time with all-female cast of headliners and opening acts.