Singer Kacey Musgraves performed “Rainbow” at the iHeart Radio Music Awards on Thursday, March 14, and let’s just say, we are blown away. Kacey even was joined by a guest star — Chris Martin, who played the piano while she sat on a big rainbow … casual.
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The 30-year-old recently took home four Grammys in February for Album of the Year, Best Country Solo Performance, Best Country Song and Best Country Album. “It was unbelievable to be even in a category with such gigantic albums … it’s really crazy,” she said during her acceptance speech. “But I’m very thankful. Life is pretty tumultuous right now for all of us. I feel like, because of that, art is really thriving, and it’s been really beautiful to see that. I would have nothing without songs. To me, it’s just all about the songs.” The “Space Cowboy” crooner also took home two Grammys in 2014 for Best Country Album and Best Country Song.
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In November 2018, the brunette beauty reflected on her amazing music career. “10 years ago TO THE DAY yesterday, I moved to Nashville. To win the award for Album of the Year on that same day means more than I could ever relay,” she said in a sentimental Instagram post. “I have to say, it takes quite a lot to make me emotional. I create because it simply feeds my soul. So, I think it’s sometimes easy for me [to] feel a little nonchalant about accolades and airplay. But I am forever proud for my perspective and my version of country music to be recognized.”
She continued, “I revere the roots of this beautifully historic gene to my core. They’ve been embedded in me since childhood, singing traditional country and western music since I was eight. It’s nice to know that there are others out there who can relate to all the feelings I’ve had during this chapter of my life. In this divisive and polarizing time, it lets me know that we really are in this together. Thank you.”
We hope you don’t go anywhere, Kacey! It seems like you’re right where you belong.