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Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors

Presented by Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville TN

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Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors

Channeling her own galactic country spirit and influences from Dolly Parton to Daft Punk, Kacey Musgraves is riding a critical wave behind her Grammy-winning, universally acclaimed album Golden Hour.

Kacey Musgraves wrote her first song, “Notice Me,” at the age of nine and has continued to develop her talent for original composition. After moving to Nashville, Tenn., in November 2008, she signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell. During this time, she collaborated with songwriters Brandy Clark, Luke Laird, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne.

Musgraves released her first major-label studio album, Same Trailer Different Park, in 2013. The album, co-produced with Laird and McAnally, debuted at the top of Billboard’s country albums chart and established Musgraves as one of country music’s brightest and unwilling-to-compromise stars. Some radio and record executives thought her first single, “Merry Go ‘Round,” was too depressing and would be a risky debut. Musgraves fought for its release, and the song won a Grammy for Best Country Song in 2014. The same year, another brave and honest original, “Follow Your Arrow,” a rallying cry for inclusiveness, was CMA Song of the Year.

The critically acclaimed Pageant Material followed in 2015, debuting at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, but the album’s singles were not major radio hits. Her next album, 2018’s Golden Hour, incorporated more of Musgraves’ eclectic influences as well as pedal steel, banjo and vocoder to create a genre-bending sound Musgraves called “galactic country.” On Nov. 14, 2018, 10 years to the day after Musgraves moved to Nashville, Golden Hour won Album of the Year at the CMA Awards. The momentum behind Golden Hour and Musgraves continues to grow.

In February of this year, she won four Grammys: Album of the Year (in the highly competitive general category), Best Country Album, Best Country Song (“Space Cowboy”) and Best Country Solo Performance (“Butterflies”).

 

Kacey Musgraves Exhibition Highlights

 

Items featured in Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors include stage wear, handwritten lyrics and personal artifacts. Some highlights:

• Tip jar used by Musgraves and Tatum when they performed as yodeling duo Texas Two Bits

• Detention notice received for “continuous classroom disruption” during high school

• Manuscript for “Fallin’,” a song written by Musgraves with Miranda Lambert

• Manuscript for “Slow Burn,” written by Musgraves and the co-producers of her album Golden Hour, Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk

• Satin dress embellished with sequins, beads, rhinestones and tasseled fringe, designed by Enrique Urbina. Musgraves wore the dress at the 2014 Grammy Awards

• Western-inspired black Atelier Versace pantsuit ensemble with gold-beaded fringe worn by Musgraves at the 2018 CMA Awards

Source: Country Music Hall of Fame

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If your event is being affected, canceled, or postponed due to the response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, please provide the details below.:

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will reopen its galleries to the public at 9am Thursday, September 10, 2020. The day before, Wednesday, September 9, the Museum will open at the same hour for Museum members. Tours of Hatch Show Print and Historic RCA Studio B will resume in a limited capacity. The Taylor Swift Education Center will be closed to the public for the time being. All in-person programming remains on hiatus. All exhibitions that had opened before the Museum closed on March 13 have been extended. The Museum will reopen in alignment with Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s Roadmap for Reopening Nashville. Policies and procedures will help ensure a safe and healthy environment for guests, staff, and volunteers. In addition to being a part of the Good to Go Program, the Museum worked with the Metro Health Department’s Policy Department to review and refine safety protocols and procedures. Guidelines include: Masks for staff and guests over age 2 Temperature checks for staff and guests entering the building Intensified and expanded cleaning routines, which include disinfecting high-touch surfaces such as elevator buttons, touchscreens, and handrails Timed ticketing and touchless transactions

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