Kacey Musgraves confirmed off her nation cred on Friday (March 1) at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium when she introduced out Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn) for a memorable cowl of “Neon Moon.”
Wearing a powder blue costume, Musgraves made her manner heart stage. With a pulsating drum beat and delicate slide guitar, her emotive vocals have been on the forefront of the long-lasting track’s first verse earlier than two figures joined in. Screams erupted as a highlight revealed it was Brooks & Dunn, each on guitar. Musgraves remained on lead vocals all through the efficiency because the duo supplied harmonies beside her.
A regular in Musgraves' reside set for the previous few years, “Neon Moon” additionally serves as a collaboration between the three singers on Brooks & Dunn’s upcoming collaborative undertaking Reboot.
Available April 5, Reboot has the best-selling duo of all time teaming up with Musgraves, Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, LANCO, Ashley McBryde, Brothers Osborne, Luke Combs, Midland, Cody Johnson, Jon Pardi, and Tyler Booth for re-imagined variations of their greatest hits.
Musgraves, in the meantime, wrapped 4 sold-out concert events at Ryman Auditorium on Saturday (March 2) as a part of her Oh, What a World Tour. Additional company who shared the stage all through her four-night run included Paramore's Hayley Williams for a spirited cowl of Cyndi Lauper’s woman anthem “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” on Wednesday (Feb. 28), and rapper CeeLo Green the next evening for a bluegrass cowl of his group Gnarls Barkley's 2006 hit, "Crazy." Her ultimate night included opener Natalie Prass becoming a member of in on a duet of Gloria Gaynor's disco basic "I Will Survive."