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Kacey Musgraves Puts Country Twist on Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’

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Kacey Musgraves put a country spin on Gnarls Barkley’s 2006 hit, “Crazy.”

Musgraves covered the pop hit earlier this month during her set at Cayamo – A Journey Through Song, a cruise packed with music from some of the country and Americana’s biggest rising stars, including Chris Stapleton and Maren Morris.

Nickel Creek’s fiddle player, Sara Watkins, accompanied Musgraves and her band.

But it wasn’t just on the cruise ship stage where Musgraves was showing off her talents, as the Cayamo schedule also included the opportunity to create unique sand art with the “Follow Your Arrow” singer.

Musgraves took to social media following the class to give fans a glimpse at the fun cruise activity, revealing that instructing the class helped her to relive her childhood.

“Today – I relived my childhood and got to instruct a sand art class,” Musgraves wrote alongside a photo of herself with her sand art students on Instagram earlier this month, “And yes, that is a head mic. Dreams do come true! #Cayamo2016.”

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