It is entirely possible that the notion of Kacey Musgraves headlining Country To Country Festival in huge venues like London’s O2 Arena may come as a surprise to some.
Or, for that matter, her headline appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in 2015, when she is still, largely, without the kind of mainstream press support you would typically expect. This success is all the product of hard work.
Musgraves – along with acts like Dan + Shay, Kelsea Ballerini and ...
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