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Kacey Musgraves sings “I’ve Been Everywhere” live at the Grand Ole Opry.

Texas born singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves has released three studio albums since being signed to Mercury Nashville: the Best Country Album Grammy-winning Same Trailer Different Park, the Grammy-nominated Pageant Material, and her most recent, the Christmas-themed A Very Kacey Christmas.

With an ever-growing fan base that goes way wider than just country lovers, the retro-glam rebel has opened for huge headliners as diverse as George Strait and Katy Perry.

Known for her clever narrative songwriting, Musgraves’ debut single, “Merry Go ’Round” — a cynical track about trials and tribulations in the American heartland, from Same Trailer Different Park — gained worldwide success, landed in the Top 10 on US Country Airplay, and won the Best Country Song Grammy in 2014. It was quickly followed by “Follow Your Arrow,” a relatable tune about remaining true to oneself. Together, the tracks put Musgraves on the map.

On a recent stop at the Grand Ole Opry for Opry Goes Pink, Musgraves performed “I’ve Been Everywhere,” a tune written in 1959 by Australian country singer Geoff Mack and made famous by Hank Snow and Johnny Cash. Watch the video below for Musgraves’ impressive tongue-twisting performance.  

For more information on Kacey Musgraves and her upcoming tour dates, visit her website.