Miranda Lambert is officially moved away from her boyfriend Evan Felker after half a year.
The country superstar revealed on Friday in an interview with The Tennessean that she is now "happy single" after People confirmed that Felker's band, the Turnpike Troubadours, recently retired from Lambert's "The Bandwagon Tour" [1
The news of Felkers and Lambert's breakup comes shortly after Felker, who was separated from his ex-wife, Staci Nelson announced his official divorce from Nelson.
Prior to announcing his divorce, the former couple was held in New York City in July at their Jones Beach concert.
Lambert began the Troubadors Band in early February shortly after her separation from Anderson East. According to People, the couple's relationship began after Felker and his band played three dates during their "Livin 'Like Hippies" tour.
The two joined before Lambert's tour in January.
"They had never met and she had started to write to him that he was looking forward to playing together and getting to know each other and maybe they could write because she really liked his style of writing," the source said. "It got off to a great deal of work, he was thrilled, and by the time he went on tour, it had become flatter."
But despite Felker, who completed his divorce from his estranged wife, a topic that had caused much friction in the couple's relationship, and with their ex, Blake Shelton, the two could not keep their connection.
In a recent interview with HITS Daily Double, the singer has dealt with heartbreak when discussing her emotional album "The Weight of These Wings".
"I am who I am, she said." That's all I can be, you know? I curse. I drink. I am divorced and get my heart broken. I break hearts. "