Kacey Musgraves

Childish Gambino and Kacey Musgraves took home the biggest prizes at the 2019 Grammy Awards, with the rapper winning both Song and Record of the Year for “This Is America” and the country musician taking home Album of the Year for Golden Hour. Both Musgraves and Childish Gambino notched four wins each. Along with becoming […]

Dolly Parton became the first-ever country artist feted at the annual MusiCares “Person of the Year” dinner Friday night. It was a full evening of tributes, duets and at least one surprise reunion of friends: the hit-making trio of Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. Ronstadt’s public appearances have been rare since her 2012 diagnosis […]

Danielle Bradbery continues her “Yours Truly” cover series with a gorgeous reading of Kacey Musgraves’ “Slow Burn.” The opening track on Musgraves’ latest album Golden Hour, the song sums up the dreamy, atmospheric nature of the Grammy-nominated LP. Here, Bradbery stays mainly true to the original, but strips it down to its acoustic base: she’s […]

This year brought its share of spirited (to put it mildly) discussion in country music, with multiple genre-crossing collaborations reaching the charts. Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line ruled for 50 weeks straight with “Meant to Be,” while Maren Morris lent her soulful pipes to Zedd and Grey’s ebullient dance track “The Middle,” now nominated […]

Following the 52nd CMA Awards on ABC, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel offered up a special country edition of his recurring “Mean Tweets” segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live that featured Kacey Musgraves, Luke Combs, Midland and more. Jake Owen, who performed a pair of songs on Kimmel’s Tuesday night show, gets to take the first punch: […]

Karen Fairchild had to compose herself as she opened the envelope for Album of the Year at the 52nd CMA Awards in Nashville on Wednesday night. Surrounded by her Little Big Town bandmates, she closed her eyes, her face relaxing as though silently giving thanks, then said, gently, “This is for all the little girls […]

Kacey Musgraves returns to Austin City Limits this weekend for her first appearance on the PBS series in almost five years. Ahead of the Saturday night broadcast, you can watch her peaceful, fluttering rendition of “Butterflies.” A lot has changed in Musgraves’ life since her first, and so far only, performance for Austin City Limits, […]

One of the singular greatest voices in country music, whose soulful tunes have crossed genres for the better part of six decades, has teamed with an all-star cast for an upcoming collection updating some of his best-known hits and favorites. Ronnie Milsap: The Duets, due January 18th, boasts an eclectic mix of vocal partners including […]

“I wouldn’t have been able to make this record unless I got clean, unless I found what sobriety meant to me. Not what it meant for someone else.” Ruston Kelly is sitting at a corner table at a popular neighborhood pub in East Nashville. He has a natural ease about him, quick with a smile […]

Genre borders weren’t a thing for Roger Miller, a songwriting phenomenon and enthusiastic smoker who died of lung cancer in 1992. He’s best known for his ‘65 hit “King of the Road,” which topped the country charts here, the pop charts in England and Norway, and would be covered years later by an evidently inebriated R.E.M. […]


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