New Year’s Eve is a night to party, meaning New Year’s Day is often a time for regrets ... and headaches. Hangovers will be common on Jan. 1, but thankfully, some of country music’s biggest stars have some proven cures!
Kacey Musgraves may get her boots back soon. On Tuesday morning (Jan. 5), the singer shared news that someone had broken into her car and stolen a pair of cowboy boots. Police arrested a man who tried to return them to the store later that day.
Country wardrobe malfunctions are rare, and the recoveries are first class. In this video of some of the most famous slips and splits you'll see that even when mistakes happen, the most famous women and men in the genre know how to react with dignity and class.
These days it seems every song is scoured for evidence of jabs toward other celebrities, and Kacey Musgraves is not immune. Some have suggested one of the tracks on her new record Pageant Material, “Good Ol’ Boys Club,” is a subtle diss of Taylor Swift, but Musgraves says that is not the case.
With a new year comes new parties, new resolutions and sometimes even mishaps (we're looking at you, Kacey Musgraves). Country stars took to social media to wish their fans a happy new year, announce their resolutions and share their party pictures from New Year's Eve.
It seems like everybody in country music loves Kacey Musgraves now, but that wasn't always the case. Like her friend and contemporary Miranda Lambert, she competed on a season of 'Nashville Star' before she was famous -- but it didn't go too well.
It was a throwback to old school country at the 2014 CMA Awards. Kacey Musgraves, appeared on stage amid a barnyard set outfitted with a classic country band, and began singing Loretta Lynn’s 1971 hit ‘You’re Lookin’ at Country.'
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