Kacey Musgraves Gets Her Own Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit
Kacey Musgraves has cemented her place in country music history, and to commemorate her achievements she will have her own exhibit in 2019 at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The exhibit will debut on July 3 and will focus on her musical journey, which began in the '90s in her East Texas hometown of Golden. Musgraves' sound revolves around new influences while keeping the rootsy traditional country sound alive and well. Her wittiness and charm, along with her passion and unapologetic attitude, have brought her a loyal fanbase.
"I absolutely adore the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum," Musgraves says in a press release, "and it's a privilege to have them curate an exhibit that will showcase pieces from moments all the way back to my childhood that are very special to me."
Other upcoming exhibits announced for the museum include Brooks & Dunn, Keith Whitley and husband-and-wife songwriting team Boudleaux and Felice Bryant.
Musgraves won big at the 2019 Grammy Awards, taking home every award she was nominated for, including Country Song, Country Solo Performance and Country Album, as well as the all-genre category of Album of the Year for her third studio album, Golden Hour.
She also appears as a co-producer and collaborator on Brooks & Dunn's upcoming album Reboot, joining them to re-record "Neon Moon," a song Musgraves has covered in her live shows previously. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn both joined her onstage in Nashville on March 1 to perform the track at one of her recent run of shows at the Ryman Auditorium.
Watch: Kacey Musgraves Performs "Rainbow" at the 2019 Grammys: