Kacey Musgraves is the country singer returning from anonymity for a second shot at stardom. This time she is following a more traditional route, playing the live stage in support of major artists and releasing a single every once in a while. Kacey Musgraves tickets can be acquired to see her play a few intimate solo shows or to perform as the supporting act to big country performers like Little Big Town and Kenny Chesney.
As mentioned above, this is her second attempt to escape life in Golden, Texas. The first time she entered a televised singing competition known as Nashville Star. Kacey Musgraves would be the youngest ambitious country singer to make it passed the open auditions, but would quickly be ousted in the third round and finishing seventh.
She took her time coming back, as now she is in her mid-20s. Still young in the eyes of most of America, Musgraves first caught the attention of radio stations with “Merry Go Round”. The song is a sad tale of being trapped in a small town in rural America where she would be considered passed her prime already. Musgraves vocals are enchanting and her lyrics are touching. If this is indeed the artist to emerge, then she will find herself embraced by the genre.
Kacey has been compared to Miranda Lambert, another country singer who took a while to develop as an artist and earn the praise of the country fandom while singing songs tinged with lament. Musgraves may be able to avoid a few trappings of the music industry, as she has also turned to television to further her career. Musgraves co-wrote the song “Undermine” with Trent Dabbs for the ABC drama Nashville. The song is, once again, a bittersweet tale. Fans or potential fans can catch Musgraves and Dabbs singing their song on YouTube.
They can also catch her live with Kacey Musgraves concert tickets to see her at rare solo shows and much often as the opening act. She is in good company with a group like Little Big Town, a band that has struggled to make its own way with an egalitarian approach to stardom and harmony. Playing before Kenny Chesney and his collection of emerging country superstars is simply a great career move.