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Kacey Musgraves Using Humor to Prove a Point

Kacey Musgraves Using Humor to Prove a Point

Kacey Musgraves has a different approach to music than the normal female country music star. She is funny twenty six year old who is grounded in a beautiful crooning sound rooted in western sounding swing country and an imagine that is both natural and pop. She portrays herself in a comfortable in her own skin confidence that is very easy to connect with. She released her new album Pageant Material at her favorite gay bar in Nashville, Play; there, Here song writing partner Shane McAnally was there as well sitting with her grandma where a Pageant Material tiara that is on her album art and in the “Biscuits” single. She keeps on building her matter of fact millennial personality that was very well illustrated on her Grammy-winning 2013 debut album Same Trailer, Different Park. The album had songs that illustrated her sweet but truthful and sharp points of view on society.

 

Kacey’s humor is what unites her wide range of fans. These are people who are fans because of her style of music that is similar to older classic country and other fans who praise her for her liberal views, country music purist who are excited about her voice and sound and even mainstream country fans who add her music along the likes of Blake Shelton and Carrie Underwood. She honors the country artist who have used jokes to get there point across in the past. Kacey uses these jokes to take jabs at the country music male dominated environment. She speaks on the controversial of gender roles and equality for all people. Most of these issues not very welcoming of others opinions, but it’s easier to listen when it comes in a form of a great song.

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