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Miranda Lambert has written or co-written several of her own biggest hits, including her No. 1 tune, 'Over You,' and now the singer will get a chance to show off even more of her writing skills.

The 29-year-old is heading to Boston, Mass. to participate in the CMA Songwriters Series, where she will join several other tunesmiths for one unforgettable night.

Sharing the stage with Lambert on Thursday, July 11 at the famed Royale Boston Nightclub will be Kip Moore, Brett James and Bob DiPiero, who will also serve as the evening's host.

"Nashville's songwriters are the best in the world and CMA is excited to return to Boston to showcase some of these spectacular artists again," CMA Chief Executive Officer Steve Moore explains (quote via Taste of Country). "It's great to see how this series has grown since it began in 2005, expanding to play in cities across the US, and overseas in places like the UK and Paris as well. Boston has given us such a warm reception and we are thrilled to continue to share the remarkable stories behind the hit songs with the terrific fans there."

The CMA Songwriters Series will also play in Chicago, Austin, Nashville and New York later this year. Tickets for the July 11 show are already sold out.