Kacey Musgraves

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Kacey Musgraves
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Kacey Lee Musgraves

(1988-08-21) August 21, 1988 (age 30)
Occupation Musician
Ruston Kelly (m. 2017)
Musical career
Origin Mineola, Texas, U.S.
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • mandolin
  • harmonica
  • banjo
Years active 2006–present
Associated acts
Website kaceymusgraves.com

Kacey Lee Musgraves (born August 21, 1988)[2][3][4][5] is an American country music singer and songwriter. She self-released three albums[6][7] before appearing on the fifth season of the USA Network's singing competition Nashville Star in 2007, where she placed seventh. In 2008, Kacey recorded two singles for Triple Pop in Austin, Texas.[8]

She later signed to Mercury Nashville in 2012 and released two critically acclaimed albums on the label, Same Trailer Different Park (2013) and Pageant Material (2015).[9][10] Her first Christmas-themed album, A Very Kacey Christmas, was released on October 28, 2016.[11] Her third studio album, Golden Hour, was released on March 30, 2018, to widespread critical acclaim.[12]

Early life

Kacey Lee Musgraves was born August 21, 1988, in Golden, Texas, to Craig and Karen (née Abrams) Musgraves. Craig is the owner of a small printing business, M-Prints Printing, Inc in Mineola, Texas, and Karen Musgraves is an artist. Kacey has stated that she was born six weeks prematurely and only weighed 5 pounds. Kacey has one younger sister, Kelly Christine Sutton (née Musgraves), who is a photographer. [13][14][15][16][17] [18]

She began songwriting at the age of 8, when she wrote a song called "Notice Me" for her elementary school graduation.[17] She first learned to play music on the mandolin, then at age 12 started taking guitar lessons from a local musician named John DeFoore, which she later described as "one of the most important things that ever happened to me."[17]

Musgraves first got her start in the country music industry at the age of 18, when she recorded demos to make money.[17] Her mother would take her to local music festivals to sing western swing music.[19] She graduated from Mineola High School in 2006.


2008–2014: Early beginnings and Same Trailer Different Park

Musgraves was discovered professionally in 2008 while living in Austin by producer Monte Robison for his independent record label, Triple Pop. Musgraves' two acoustic recordings for Triple Pop (covers of OneRepublic's "Apologize" and Miley Cyrus' "See You Again") are available on a digital EP released in 2012.[20] “Apologize” (Acoustic Version) charted in the Billboard Hot Singles Chart at #23 on February 15, 2014, and racked up over 31,000,000 streams on Spotify. To commemorate the 10-year anniversary on March 30, 2018, Triple Pop released the “Acoustic Remixed” digital EP which featured newly remixed and remastered versions of the same recordings.[21][22]

Musgraves joined Lady Antebellum on the European leg of their Own the Night Tour in 2012.[23] She also signed with Mercury Nashville in 2012 and released her solo debut single "Merry Go 'Round". The song is included on her album Same Trailer Different Park, which was produced and co-written by Shane McAnally and Luke Laird and released on March 19, 2013.[24]

Musgraves also co-wrote Miranda Lambert's 2013 single "Mama's Broken Heart". Same Trailer Different Park produced additional hit singles in "Blowin' Smoke" and "Follow Your Arrow". Rolling Stone magazine listed "Follow Your Arrow" at number 39 of their list of 100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time, and said that Musgraves was "one of the loudest symbols of young country musicians embracing progressive values."[25]

"Undermine", a song co-written by Musgraves and Trent Dabbs, was featured in the ABC television series Nashville on October 17, 2012.[26][27]

Musgraves was nominated for four awards at the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, including Female Vocalist of the Year. Her fourth studio album, Same Trailer Different Park, debuted at number 2, selling 42,000 copies.[28]

Musgraves was also nominated for four Grammy Awards at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, tying Taylor Swift and Lorde for the most nominations received by a woman that year. Those nominations included Best New Artist, Best Country Album (Same Trailer Different Park), and Best Country Song for both "Mama's Broken Heart" and "Merry Go 'Round".[29] "Merry Go 'Round" won the Best Country Song Grammy award, and Same Trailer Different Park won in Best Country Album.[30]

Musgraves joined Katy Perry on the North American leg of her Prismatic World Tour as well as Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss on select dates during their tour. Musgraves provided backing vocals for "Bourbon in Kentucky", the lead single on Dierks Bentley's 2013 album Riser.[31]

In April 2014, Musgraves won the Academy of Country Music award for album of the year for Same Trailer Different Park.[32] In June 2014, she released a new song called The Trailer Song, which she debuted on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.[33]

Same Trailer Different Park was certified gold in August 2014 for selling over 500,000 copies.[34] Musgraves' single "Follow Your Arrow" was also certified gold, and "Merry Go Round" was certified platinum.[34]

2015–2017: Pageant Material and A Very Kacey Christmas

Musgraves announced in late August 2014 that she would perform a ten-show headlining tour, dubbed "Same Tour Different Trailer" starting on September 25 and ending on October 19.[35]

In September 2014, Musgraves said that she had begun writing songs for her second major label album, and planned to begin work in earnest with Luke Laird and Shane MacAnally later in the year after her touring schedule finished.[36] "Biscuits," the lead single from the album, was released on March 16, 2015.

Pageant Material, Musgraves' second studio album, was released on June 23, 2015. To support the album, Musgraves performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (June 9, 2015), Late Night with Seth Meyers (June 10, 2015), Good Morning America (June 23, 2015), The View (June 24, 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (September 14, 2015), The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (January 8, 2016), and the Late Late Show with James Corden (April 6, 2016).[37][38][39][40]

Musgraves was featured on a remix of Miguel's single "Waves", which was released on February 26, 2016.[41]

On September 7, 2016, Musgraves announced the release of her first Christmas album, A Very Kacey Christmas. The album, which features eight traditional and four original songs, was released on October 28, 2016, through Mercury Nashville.[11] In support of the album, Musgraves embarked on a Christmas-themed tour, complete with a strings section, an accordion, bass, saxophone, clarinet and backup singers.[42]

In September 2016, Musgraves was selected as one of 30 country music artists to perform on "Forever Country", a mash-up track of Take Me Home, Country Roads, On the Road Again, and I Will Always Love You. The song celebrates 50 years of the CMA Awards[43] and secured Musgraves her first No. 1 country single.[44]

In 2017, Musgraves provided backing vocals on "All the Best", a John Prine cover, for Zac Brown Band's album, Welcome Home.[45] Also in 2017, Musgraves was featured on Outlaw: Celebrating The Music Of Waylon Jennings. Originally recorded for TV, it was later released on CD and DVD. During the broadcast Musgraves performed Jennings' song "The Wurlitzer Prize".[46] Musgraves appeared on the June 21, 2017, episode of Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry to receive a psychic reading and connect with her grandmother, Barbara Taylor, to learn more details about her death in a house fire.[47] Musgraves has said that her song "This Town", from the album Pageant Material, is about her grandmother, and that her voice appears in the opening of the song.[48][49]

2018: Golden Hour

In October 2017, Musgraves posted a picture of herself on Twitter indicating she was in the studio writing new songs for her upcoming third studio album.[50] On December 12, 2017, Musgraves announced the title of her third studio album Golden Hour through Entertainment Weekly.[51] The songs "Butterflies" and "Space Cowboy" were released as the first singles from the album on February 23, 2018.[52] In March, Musgraves headlined the 2018 C2C: Country to Country festival in London after playing the festival in 2016.[53]

Musgraves premiered the third song from the album, "High Horse", on March 22, 2018, on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Apple Radio show.[54] On March 29, 2018, she performed “Slow Burn” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.[55] Golden Hour was released on March 30, 2018, on MCA Nashville.[56] On May 12, 2018, Musgraves was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, performing "High Horse" and "Slow Burn." Through June and July, Musgraves was the opening act on the second North American leg of Harry Styles: Live on Tour.[57] In September, Musgraves appeared on a rerecorded version of "There's No Gettin' Over Me" with Ronnie Milsap for his 2019 duet album.[58] On October 2, 2018, she appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as the musical guest.[59] In October 2018, Musgraves embarked on the "Oh, What a World Tour" in support of Golden Hour.[53]



Musgraves lists Alison Krauss as one of her career role models, stating "I mean, how many Grammys does she have? She's just remained solid and true and great, and I respect that".[60] Musgraves' favorite artist is John Prine.[61]

Musgraves also lists Lee Ann Womack as one of her childhood influences: "Lee Ann Womack is from near where I grew up in east Texas so I've always looked up to her."[62] Speaking of both Prine and Womack, Musgraves stated that "if I could sing it like Lee Ann would and say it like John would, then I feel like I've gotten somewhere".

Of her sophomore album, Musgraves listed albums by Glen Campbell, Bobbie Gentry, Marty Robbins, Charley Pride, Roger Miller and Jim Croce as influences[63] and an interview with Rolling Stone Country cited Ray Price, Julie Miller and Loretta Lynn.[64]

Non-country artists that Musgraves has mentioned as influences include Ryan Adams, Cake, Neil Young, Weezer, Imogen Heap, The Bee Gees and Electric Light Orchestra.[65]

Lyrical themes and style

Musgraves is known for her progressive lyrics in the conservative country music genre. Her music has tackled controversial topics such as LGBT acceptance, safe sexual intercourse, recreational marijuana use, and questioning religious sentiment.[citation needed]

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Musgraves talked about criticism she faced for her rebellious lyrics. "I think throwing the rebel card out there is really cheap," she said. "The things I'm singing about are not controversial to me, I don't push buttons to push buttons. I talk about things that have made an impression on me that a lot of people everywhere are going through."[66]

Personal life

In 2014, in an interview with ABC Radio, Musgraves said she had been in a relationship with her bandmate Misa Arriaga for several years, after becoming friends first.[67]

Musgraves eventually met Ruston Kelly at the Bluebird Café in Nashville. In May 2016 they had a songwriting date, and they began dating shortly after. Musgraves has stated that the song "Butterflies" from her album Golden Hour is about her courtship with Kelly.[14][68] On December 24, 2016, Musgraves became engaged to Kelly.[69] They married on October 14, 2017, in Tennessee.[70]



Opening act

Awards and nominations

Academy of Country Music Awards

The Academy of Country Music Awards is an annual country music awards show, the first ever created, established in 1966. Musgraves has won once.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2013 Best Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Best New Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Music Video of the Year "Merry Go 'Round" Nominated
2014 Best Female Vocalist Herself Nominated
Album of the Year Same Trailer Different Park Won
Song of the Year "Mama's Broken Heart" (as songwriter) Nominated
Video of the Year "Blowin' Smoke" Nominated
2016 "Biscuits" Nominated [84]
Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
2017 Nominated [85]

American Music Awards

The American Music Awards is an annual major American music award show by the American Broadcasting Company, presented since 1973.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2014 Favorite Country Female Artist Herself Nominated

Country Music Association Awards

The Country Music Association Awards is an annual country music awards show, established in 1967. Musgraves has won four times.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2013 Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
New Artist of the Year Won
Album of the Year Same Trailer Different Park Nominated
Song of the Year "Mama's Broken Heart"(as songwriter) Nominated
"Merry Go 'Round" Nominated
Single of the Year Nominated
2014 Song of the Year "Follow Your Arrow" Won
Video of the Year Nominated
Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated
2015 Nominated [86]
Album of the Year Pageant Material Nominated
Video of the Year "Biscuits" Nominated
2016 Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated [87][88]
International Achievement Award Won
2018 Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [89]
Album of the Year Golden Hour Won

CMT Music Awards

The CMT Music Awards is an annual ceremony dedicated exclusively to honor country music videos. It was established in 1967.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2013 Breakthrough Video of the Year "Merry Go 'Round" Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2014 Video of the Year "Follow Your Arrow" Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2016 "Biscuits" Nominated [90]

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are presented annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in the music industry. It is presented since 1958. Musgraves has won twice.

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2014 Best New Artist Herself Nominated [91]
Best Country Song "Mama's Broken Heart" (as songwriter) Nominated
"Merry Go 'Round" Won
Best Country Album Same Trailer Different Park Won
2016 Pageant Material Nominated [92]
2019 Golden Hour Pending [93]
Album of the Year Pending
Best Country Song "Space Cowboy" Pending
Best Country Solo Performance "Butterflies" Pending

Other awards

Year Association Category Work Result
2013 American Country Awards New Artist of the Year Herself Nominated
Song of the Year "Mama's Broken Heart" Nominated
"Merry Go 'Round" Nominated
Music Video by a New Artist Nominated
2016 UK Americana Awards[94] International Album of the Year Pageant Material Nominated
Americana Music Honors & Awards[95] Song of the Year "Dime Store Cowgirl" Nominated
People's Choice Awards[96] Favorite Female Country Artist Herself Nominated

Television appearances

Year Series Role Notes
2007 Nashville Star Contestant January 25, 2007 - week 3
2009 Behind The Confessions: The Life, the Music, and the Revival of Radney Foster Herself
2013 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Guest; performed "Merry Go Round" February 3, 2013
2013 CBS News Sunday Morning Guest April 7, 2013
2013 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Herself- performed "You're Lookin' at Country" with Loretta Lynn April 7, 2013
2013 Late Show with David Letterman Guest; performed "Blowin' Smoke May 3, 2013
2013 2013 Billboard Music Awards Herself, performed "Merry Go Round" May 19, 2013
2013 2013 CMT Music Awards Herself, performed "Blowin' Smoke" June 5, 2013
2013 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Guest; performed "Blowin' Smoke" July 26, 2013
2013 Zac Brown Band's Southern Ground Music & Food Festival Herself/Performer September 28, 2013
2013 2013 CMA Music Awards Herself, performed "Follow Your Arrow" November 6, 2013
2014 The 56th Annual Grammy Awards Herself, performed "Follow Your Arrow"; Winner of Grammy's for Best Country Album and for Best Country Song. Nominated for the Grammy's for Best New Artist and 2nd nomination for Best Country song for Mama's Broken Heart, recorded and released by Miranda Lambert. January 26, 2014
2014 E! Live from the Red Carpet of 2014 Grammy's Herself January 26, 2014
2014 Austin City Limits Performer; episode also featured Dale Watson February 8, 2014 Season 39, Episode 14
2014 Entertainment Tonight Herself April 7, 2014
2014 Headline Country Herself May 8, 2014
2014 2014 CMT Music Awards Herself, performed "Livin' On Love" as a tribute to Alan Jackson with Lee Ann Womack June 4, 2014
2014 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Guest; performed "Keep It To Yourself" and "The Trailer Song" June 12, 2014
2014 CMT Crossroads Performer with Katy Perry June 13, 2014
2014 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest; appeared as a hologram[97] November 5, 2014 Season 12, Episode 151
2014 The Heart of Country: How Nashville Became Music City U.S.A Herself November 7, 2014
2014 Bob Harris: My Nashville Herself November 14, 2014
2015 The View Musical Guest; performed "Pageant Material" June 24, 2015 Season 18, Episode 187
2015 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest; performed "Dime Store Cowgirl" September 14, 2015 Season 13, Episode 117
2015 Farm Aid: 30th Anniversary Concert Herself/Performer September 19, 2015
2015 The Royal Variety Performance 2015 Herself; covered "Yellow" by Coldplay December 8, 2015
2016 The 58th Annual Grammy Awards Herself; Nominated for the Grammy for Best Country Album February 16, 2016
2016 E! Live from the Red Carpet of 2016 Grammy's Herself February 16, 2016
2016 51st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Herself; Nominated for ACM's for Female Vocalist of the Year, Video of the Year April 3, 2016
2016 The Late Late Show with James Corden Musical Guest; Performed "High Time" April 6, 2016 Season 2, Episode 101
2016 Artists of Then, Now & Forever Country Herself September 20, 2016
2016 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team Special Guest September 22, 2016
2016 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards Herself; Performed "Here You Come Again as part of a tribute to Dolly Parton. CMA nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year, winner International Artist Achievement Award November 2, 2016
2017 Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry Herself June 21, 2017 Season 2, Episode 13
2017 Nashville Herself August 10, 2017 Season 5, Episode 22: "Reasons to Quit"
2017 52nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Herself; Nominated for ACM's for Female Vocalist of the Year. April 2, 2017
2017 Outlaw: Celebrating the Music of Waylon Jennings Herself/Performer April 7, 2017
2017 The 19th Annual a Home for The Holidays Herself/Performer December 19, 2017
2018 53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Herself; April 15, 2018
2018 Saturday Night Live Musical Guest - performed "High Horse" and "Slow Burn" Amy Schumer/Kacey Musgraves
2018 Celebrity Page Guest
2018 RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars Herself/Guest judge


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