5 Kacey Musgraves Songs To Listen To Before Her Duluth Tour Stop
Kacey Musgraves is set to visit the Northland as part of "The Breakers" Tour. She is inbetween albums right now but thankfully, she has a long list of tunes to tide you over until the show. (She did announce that new music will be coming in early 2018 but hasn't set a release date yet.)
Kacey, along with Midland and Little Big Town, will rock Amsoil Arena on March 16th. I can't wait.
As a HUGE Kacey fan, I came up with a list of her 5 best songs to get you excited for the tour stop. You need to hear these before the big show. It is going to be AMAZING.
A raging party thumper this is not. Despite what the title leads you to believe, this is a soft, simple love song. The lyrics are uniquely Kacey and the tune is even better stripped down. We all know what it means to be late to the party but she gives it a different meaning here. Let's take a moment to mourn the fact that this beauty was never released as a single.
Kacey isn't one to bite her tongue and this song is the perfect example of that. From the first note, you can tell she isn't messing around. She sings "love is stupid" in such a fun way that even those that are madly in love will want to believe it. This track will make you stomp your feet, too!
This is one of Kacey's most sentimental tunes. With simple production and crystal clear vocals, she sings about trying to find somebody to love while also loving yourself. "We're all liars, we're all legends, we're all tens that want elevens" she croons and by the very last line, you'll be sad it's over and you may have a tear in your eye as well.
No song defines Kacey's amazing ability to tell a story more than this tongue-in-cheek kiss off to someone who did her wrong. Her phenomenal songwriting takes center stage with simple production letting the story shine. Whether she's writing an ode to her small town or telling someone to step off, she can hang with the best of them AND make us laugh. Swoon.
Kacey takes aim at a nosy neighbor with this one. The song is light fare and hilarious. If you don't believe me, listen to the first two lines. The country crooner never takes herself too seriously and why would she when this is the result?