The strategy and reasoning here are pretty obvious. Kacey Musgraves has been a critical darling in country music for years. But the country music industry and especially country radio has never known what to do with her.
Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye. By the power vested in me by country music, I am officially declaring the 28th of August, in the Year of Our Ford 2020 as an officially-sanctioned country music holiday, with all the rights and privileges thereof afforded to all self-professed country fans.
Colter Wall, Heidi Newfield, Jacob Tovar, Jesse Aycock, John Fullbright, Justin Wells, Karen Jonas, Moe Bandy, Molly Tuttle, Needtobreathe, Paul Benjamin, Pete Krebs, Red Sammy, Rob Williams, Ruston Kelly, The Allman Betts Band, The Avett Brothers, The Ghost of Paul Revere, The Northern Belle, The Reeves Brothers, Wood and Wire, Zephaniah OHora
For all of you Johnny Cash fans out there, there’s been a bevy of release and announcement activity lately you should be aware of—some of it newer stuff, some of it old, and all of it worthy to be on your radar. Here’s a roundup.
The new Kacey Musgraves album Golden Hour will finally be arriving from Mercury Nashville. Her 3rd official LP was produced by Ian Fitchuk, and Daniel Tashian, and is preceded by the release of two songs “Space Cowboy” and “Butterflies”—at least via streaming and download services.
As we near the end of 2017, it’s time to start thinking about some of the records we expect to see in the coming year. And since it’s been some 2 1/2 years since Kacey Musgraves released a record of new original material, she would be one on the short list of who to anticipate will be showing up with new music.