Kacey Musgraves has several Grammy Awards under her belt and is now in the midst of her frequently sold out “Oh, What a World” Tour.

The country singer, 30, took home Album and Best Country Album of The Year for “Golden Hour,” as well as Best Country Song and Solo Performance for “Space Cowboy” and “Butterflies” at this year’s Grammys.


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For many, it felt as though she appeared out of nowhere. However, the singer-songwriter has released three major-label albums and toured arenas mainstream celebs like Katy Perry and Harry Styles have played in.

Musgraves is quickly becoming a household name — except for singer David Crosby who recently posted on Twitter that he isn’t quite sure who “Casey” is.

“have any of you heard a girl named Casey Musgraves ….song called Slow Burn ?” he asked his Twitter followers on Monday.

The Texas native later replied with the priceless response, “Doesn’t ring a bell..”

Musgraves combined traditional acoustic instruments and a synthetic vocoder effect in “Oh, What a World,” creating a standout track that inspired the name of her 2019 headlining tour. 

The remainder of the tour will see the country star perform in cities across the United States, many of which are already sold out.

The “Golden Hour” singer will perform at New York’s annual Governors Ball on June 1. Other artists include Florence + The Machine, Tyler the Creator, Major Lazer and many more.

The tour will conclude in the Dominican Republic on Nov. 15.

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