Season 5, Seventh Place Finalist
of "Nashville Star".
Hits include: "Follow Your Arrow",
"Merry Go 'Round", "The Trailer Song",
"Blowin' Smoke", "Keep It To Yourself",
"Biscuits", "Dime Store Cowgirl",
"Butterflies", "Space Cowboy",
"High Horse", "Slow Burn", "Justified",
"Rainbow", "Camera Roll".
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GRAMMY AWARD winning Kacey Musgraves is an American country
She has won six Grammy Awards, seven Country Music Association Awards, and three
Academy of Country Music Awards. Musgraves self-released three solo albums and
one as Texas Two Bits, before appearing on the fifth season of the USA Network's
singing competition Nashville Star in 2007, where she placed seventh. Musgraves
also released a Christmas-themed album, A Very Kacey Christmas, in 2016.
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Her fourth studio album, Golden Hour (2018) was released to widespread critical
acclaim and won all four of its nominated Grammy Award categories, including
Album of the Year and Best Country Album. The album's first two singles, "Space
Cowboy" and "Butterflies", won the Grammy Award for Best Country Song and Best
Country Solo Performance respectively. Musgraves' fifth studio album,
Star-Crossed, was released in September 2021.
Kacey 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
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Musgraves' favorite artist is John Prine and, in a tribute performance to
him following his death in 2020, she stated that "my favorite quality of John's
would be his sense of humor and it really influenced my songwriting a lot" and
proclaimed "that man singlehandedly influenced me and my songwriting more than
anyone else on this planet". 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." Speaking of both Prine and Womack, Musgraves stated, "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, Kacey Musgraves listed albums by Glen Campbell,
Bobbie Gentry, Marty Robbins, Charley Pride, Roger Miller, and Jim Croce as
influences and an interview with Rolling Stone Country cited Ray Price, Julie
Miller, and Loretta Lynn.
In a Billboard interview, Musgraves said that she is a
Parton fan, saying "Beauty, sex appeal, brains, wit, humor, beautiful
songwriting, meaningful songwriting, no apologies for who she is, LGBTQ advocate
long before it was even a thing or trendy or whatever... She's fearless and I
admire her spirit a lot and she's very kind. She's very present when you're
talking to her and I just really love her so much."
Noncountry artists whom Musgraves has mentioned as influences include
Weezer, Imogen Heap, Bee Gees,
Electric Light Orchestra.
Kacey 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
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."
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