Kacey Musgraves' life and career will be showcased at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum this summer. Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors opens on July 2, 2019 and will run through June 7, 2020.
"I absolutely adore the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum," Musgraves said in a press release. "And it's a privilege to have them curate an exhibit that will showcase pieces from moments all the way back to my childhood that are very special to me."
The exhibit will feature a variety of items that help tell Musgraves' life story -- from a tip jar a pre-teen Kacey used while yodeling in Texas to high school detention slips for "excessive talking" and "continuous classroom disruption."
Other items to be featured in the exhibit include a manuscript for "Fallin'," a song written by Musgraves with Miranda Lambert, a manuscript for "Slow Burn," written by Musgraves and the co-producers of her album Golden Hour, Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk, a satin dress she wore to the 2014 Grammy Awards and a western-inspired black Atelier Versace pantsuit ensemble with gold-beaded fringe worn by Musgraves at the 2018 CMA Awards.
"Kacey Musgraves is progressive, yet has a sound rooted in tradition. She writes songs that have messages not necessarily heard before in this genre. She is winning accolades and bringing country music to new audiences, breaking barriers and doing this all on her own terms," said Kyle Young, CEO of Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, said in a statement. "We are excited to share the remarkable musical journey of this young country music star--from her beginnings as a yodeling cowgirl to her present status as one of the biggest names in music today."
To celebrate the opening of the exhibit, Musgraves will participate in a conversation at the CMA Theater on Saturday, July 6, 2019 at 2 p.m. CT. The Grammy-winning singer will share stories about the items featured in the display. Tickets will be available on Wednesday, May 29.