We have added tons of beautiful photos of Miss Kacey Musgraves to our gallery from all of her 2016 events thus far. She looks completely flawless in all of these as usual! Enjoy!
Kacey Musgraves attended the GRAMMY Block Party last night (May 13) in Nashville, TN. She also performed at the event. She wore her new Nudies dress! Browse through the photos in our gallery.
Tonight, Kacey is attending the Grammys! She won the award for Best Country Song for “Merry Go ‘Round”, which is her first-ever Grammy! Congrats Kacey – we’re so so proud of you! ♥ Kacey unfortunately lost the award for Best New Artist to Macklemore, but that’s okay! All of the nominees were very impressive. Kacey just won the award for Best Country Album!!! Congratulations, Kacey!!! We couldn’t be more excited or proud of Kacey tonight. Amazing performance of “Follow Your Arrow,” and winning in 2/3 categories she was nominated for! What an incredible night. Congrats again Kacey! You deserved it. ♥
We are still adding tons of beautiful pictures of Kacey to our gallery, so check them out!
Below is a list of links to the different videos of Kacey from the Grammys!
Kacey Musgraves’s four nominations for Sunday’s Grammy Awards speak to just how broad her appeal is. The country singer-songwriter is up for best new artist, in a field that also includes indie electronic artist James Blake, rapper Kendrick Lamar, hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and British pop singer Ed Sheeran.
Her latest release, “Same Trailer Different Park,” is nominated for best country album, and she has two nods in the category of best country song, for co-writing her own “Merry Go ’Round” and “Mama’s Broken Heart,” which Miranda Lambert recorded.
Then, of course, there’s Musgraves’s touring schedule. After being on the road with country juggernaut Lady Antebellum, including a show at TD Garden on Jan. 31, Musgraves will join pop star Katy Perry as her opening act on a summer tour that brings them to the Garden on Aug. 1.
Not bad for a 25-year-old artist who self-released her first three albums.
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“It’s overwhelming in the best, most flattering way possible,” Musgraves told the Globe last week as the Grammys loomed.
Q. We’re getting closer to the big night. How are you feeling?
A. Oh, my gosh. I’m just beside myself that I’m even able to be there. I’m freaking out a little, but it’s a good freak-out. My mom is coming as my date.
Q. I don’t know if you have siblings, but that officially makes you the best child ever.
A. She’s never been to an awards show, so I figure this is a good place to start.
Q. What’s Mom going to wear?
A. She doesn’t know yet. My stylist is picking out some stuff for her. She’s never had her hair and makeup done either, so it’s going to be a really nice time for her.
Q. Where were you when you heard about the nominations?
A. I was in Milwaukee, onstage playing a show. Somebody in my camp told me in my in-ears that I had gotten a nomination. I was freaking out and told the crowd. It was the best way to end what was an insane year. It felt validating.
Q. Be honest: Have you written your acceptance speech yet?
A. No, I haven’t. I don’t usually write them. I like to play it by ear when I get up there. If I get to get up there, we’ll see if I can even get a word out. I’d much rather have musical notes coming out of my mouth than words.
Q. You’re going on the road with Katy Perry this summer. What’s your favorite song of hers?
A. Ooh, favorite Katy song? I like a lot of her new record, but I’ve been a fan for a while. She’s ballsy as a songwriter. I mean, “Teenage Dream” is the ultimate pop song. It’s so good – a little melancholy, but really pretty and kind of uplifting.
Q. Not every artist would fit on a lineup with both Katy Perry and Lady Antebellum. What does that say about your career?
A. Since I’ve started, I’ve told everybody that I’m just inspired by music. I love country music and want to continue making it, but most of all I just want to make good music. I’m inspired by so many other things. I just want to appeal to music lovers. I want to be able to play the CMA (Country Music Association) fest and then turn around and play Bonnaroo. I think I’ve been able to do that, and that’s been a dream of mine. All these different things have added to this big quilt I’ve been able to make.
What started as a comment from a friend’s mom has garnered country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves her first GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Song. In an interview with Radio.com, the singer explained how “Merry Go ‘Round” was born and why she fought for it to become her first single.
“‘Merry Go ‘Round’ is a special one. It actually started out from something funny that one of my friend’s mom’s said,” she told Radio.com. “Shane McAnally, he’s one of the guys I wrote it with. His mom was talking about one of her neighbors down the street down in Texas and was saying, ‘Well, I don’t know if she’s selling Mary K or Mary Jane, or something down there. I don’t know what she’s doing.’ So it just made us laugh and as songwriters, we were like, ‘There’s definitely a song in there somewhere.’”
And that there was. Musgraves said that she and songwriters McAnally and Josh Osborne started playing around with all the different kinds of Mary’s that they could sing about.
“A deeper meaning came to life whenever we started really tossing the idea around. We’re all from small towns so we all can relate that way. It’s just a special song about life in general and the patterns that you get into. I feel like it’s something everyone can relate to.”
In an interview before her performance at Katy Perry‘s We Can Survive concert, Musgraves further explained her excitement at the way “Merry Go ‘Round” has resonated with so many.
“I had people all over, it didn’t matter if I was in Texas or if I was in Scotland or New York, people were coming up to me and just saying, ‘That is my life.’ I’ve realized it’s not a small town thing, it’s a life thing. We follow in our parent’s footsteps because that’s what we feel like we should do until we can figure out our own thing.”
Musgraves knew from the audience reaction night after night that “Merry Go ‘Round” had to be her first single.
“When we were about to pick the first single I really lobbied for ‘Merry Go ‘Round’ because I’m out there every night and I can tell you, hands down this is the one people are connecting with. And, above all, that’s the reason we’re all doing this. I’m really glad that was my first thing to say to the world.”
Musgraves is nominated for four GRAMMYs for Best Country Song for “Merry Go ‘Round” and “Mama’s Broken Heart,” as well as Best New Artist and Best Country Album for Same Trailer Different Park.
Watch the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards on January 26 at 8 p.m. on CBS to see if Musgraves takes home her first statue.
Kacey Musgraves’ “Back on the Map” makes it in at #11 on Entertainment Weekly’s 25 to Download Before the Grammys!
11. Kacey Musgraves, “Back on the Map”
“Merry Go ‘Round” may be the one vying for Best Country Song, but “Back on the Map” — off Same Trailer Different Park, in the Best Country Album category — demonstrates the quieter strengths of this tradition-tweaking Best New Artist candidate (who damn well better win something): It’s from the perspective of an outsider, but one longing to get back in.