Kacey Musgraves told "Entertainment Weekly" that her next album will be called "Golden Hour"… and it'll be out sometime early next year.
She also revealed that she recorded it at Sheryl Crow’s home studio, which is above her horse stable. She said Sheryl would stop in once in a while to hang out and drink some beer.
Kacey said, "She has Guinness on tap, so she would have one with us. We ended up talking about reincarnation one night and getting so heady. I was like, 'This is amazing.' It set the tone."
Kacey says, she allowed herself to wear several different masks on the album.
"There's the lonely girl, the blissful girl, the new wife, the girl that's missing her mom, the angry girl, the sarcastic girl, the '60s-sequined Cruella de Vil with the beehive, the shy girl, the life of the party, the winner, the loser.
"They're all characters on this record. None of them alone are me, but the 'Golden Hour' is when they all come together and you see me as a whole."
The ACMs have announced some early details about next year's show. The "53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards" will be going down April 15th in Vegas. It'll be held at the MGM Grand and it'll air on CBS. There's no word yet about who will be hosting or performing. Check for updates at ACMCountry.com.
Imagine hearing Christmas Carolers outside your door and you open it up to see your favorite country superstars and their wives. Happened in Nashville on Monday when Thomas Rhett, Russell Dickerson, and Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard brought the holiday songbooks and rang at least one doorbell.