Currently on the second leg of her world tour, country star Kacey Musgraves hinted that a new, Oh, What A World Tour live album might be in the works.
On Monday, 24 June, Musgraves replied to a comment on one of her recent tweets where a fan wrote: “We need an ‘Oh, What A World Tour’ live album,” in response, Musgraves quickly replied, “Working on it”.
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter also hinted that she’s preparing something special to commemorate her tour trek. Musgraves has been touring throughout the US, Canada, as well as Europe, since she released her third album, Golden Hour in 2018.
Musgraves has spent the summer playing the festival circuit, with appearances at Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, the Newport Folk Fest and Bonnaroo, where she covered The Flaming Lips’ 2002 track ‘Do You Realize?’.
In August, the country trailblazer will also be recognised by the Academy of Country Music Awards, where she’ll be honored with the ACM Jim Reeves International Award for her contributions to country music throughout the entire world.
The Country Music Hall of Fame also unveiled its newest exhibit titled ‘Kacey Musgraves: All Of The Colors’. The exhibit will consist of Musgraves’ playful stage outfits, handwritten notes, lyrics and more mementos celebrating her critically-acclaimed album Pageant Material. The exhibit will open 2 July and run through 7 June 2020.
Last month, Musgraves released the psychedelic music video for her single ‘Oh, What A World’ off the Grammy-winning album Golden Hour, that sees the country star transform into a mythical centaur. Many of the visuals that Musgraves has released match the “space country” sound she dubbed her new album.
Next stop on her ‘Oh What A World Tour’ is the Basilica Block Party in Minneapolis on 12 July, followed by a trip up north to Winnipeg for the Winnipeg Folk Fest on 14 July.
Visit the official artist website to see future tour dates and ticket details.