Kacey Musgraves Slow Burn
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Watch Kacey Musgraves' Captivating Live Performance of 'Slow Burn'

In a live performance recorded at a YouTube studio in Tokyo, Japan, Kacey Musgraves delivered a captivating acoustic rendition of "Slow Burn," one of many standout tracks from her 2018 country album Golden Hour. Performing solo and surrounded by cherry blossoms, Musgraves' delicate performance placed the focus on her crystal clear voice and gripping lyrics.

Written by Musgraves, Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian, "Slow Burn," which Rolling Stone named a song of the summeris one of several autobiographical songs from Musgraves' critically acclaimed Golden Hour. Teeming with snapshots of Musgraves' own life and soothing non sequiturs like "In Tennessee the sun's goin' down but in Beijing they're headed out to work," the song showcases the talent that made Musgraves a star of Music City and beyond.

Earlier this year, the Texas-born singer released a performance of "Love is a Wild Thing" live from Japan.

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Golden Hour, a dazzling mix of cosmic country music, folk and adult contemporary, includes fan favorite tracks "Space Cowboy,""Butterflies" and "High Horse." The record has made Musgraves a crossover success and garnered the singer a coveted appearance as a musical guest on SNL. Over the summer, she toured with pop superstar Harry Styles.

In October, Musgraves will kick off her Oh, What a World Tour in Norway. She'll bring the tour stateside in January, with Natalie Prass, Soccer Mommy, Liza Anne and Sinclair opening on select dates.

Most recently, Musgraves covered Roger Miller's "Kansas City Star" for the upcoming Miller tribute album, King of the Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller.

Kacey Musgraves' 2019 Oh, What a World Tour Dates:

Jan. 9 - Indianapolis, Ind. - Murat Theater
Jan. 10 - Royal Oak, Mich. - Royal Oak Music Theatre
Jan. 11 - Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall
Jan. 12 - Montreal, QB - Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre
Jan. 15 - Portland, Maine - State Theatre
Jan. 17 - Port Chester, N.Y. - Capitol Theatre
Jan. 18 - Philadelphia, Pa. - The Fillmore
Jan. 19 - Boston, Mass. - Boch Center Wang Theatre
Jan. 24 - Washington, D.C. - The Anthem
Jan. 25 - New York, N.Y. - Beacon Theatre
Jan. 29 - Columbus, Ohio - Express Live!
Jan. 31 - Chicago, Ill. - Chicago Theatre
Feb. 1 - Madison, Wis. - The Sylvee
Feb. 2 - St. Paul, Minn. - Palace Theatre
Feb. 13 - Phoenix, Ariz. - The Van Buren
Feb. 14 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Theatre at Ace Hotel
Feb. 15 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Theatre at Ace Hotel
Feb. 16 - San Francisco, Calif. - The Masonic
Feb. 18 - Portland, Ore. - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Feb. 19 - Seattle, Wash. - Paramount Theatre
Feb. 22 - Denver, Colo. @ Paramount Theatre
Feb. 28 - Nashville, Tenn. - Ryman Auditorium
March 1 - Nashville, Tenn. - Ryman Auditorium
March 2 - Nashville, Tenn. - Ryman Auditorium
March 8 - Dallas, Texas - The Bomb Factory
March 9 - Austin, Texas - Stubbs BBQ
March 10 - Austin, Texas- Stubbs BBQ
March 19 - Knoxville, Tenn. - Tennessee Theatre
March 21 - Birmingham, Ala. - Alabama Theatre

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