While there won’t be another Christmas album from country songsmith Kacey Musgraves, the singer-songwriter is going to do one better. Musgraves has announced a new album, Golden Hour, due out early 2018. Musgraves revealed some of the details about the new record in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. Kacey told EW that the album has a “trippy” feel and that she found inspiration from the Bee Gees, Sade and Neil Young. Sounds interesting. But she also got a few tips from a fellow female singer-songwriter.
Musgraves recorded the album in Sheryl Crow’s studio above the latter’s horse stable. Kacey talked about how Sheryl would pop in for a beer and shoot the breeze. “She has Guinness on tap, so she would have a Guinness with us,” Musgraves said. “We ended up talking about reincarnation one night and getting so heady. I was like, ‘This is amazing!’ It set the tone.”
Kacey Musgraves will be performing at the Ally Coalition 4th Annual Talent Show on Jan. 24 in New York City alongside Lorde, Bleachers, Spoon and more before heading out on tour with Little Big Town. Follow this link to browse AXS for tickets to select Kacey Musgraves dates.