Kacey Musgraves’ Album “Same Trailer Different Park” Out Now

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Kacey Musgraves.

You have probably been hearing this name more and more frequently, and I have a feeling you will continue to hear it for a long time.

The Nashville singer-songwriter made her major record label debut yesterday with her album, Same Trailer Different Park. By the way, that might be one of my favorite album titles in recent memory.

Musgraves co-produced the album with Shane McAnally and Luke Laird, and co-wrote all 12 tracks. The lead single off of the album, “Merry Go ‘Round,” was recently certified gold by the RIAA for 500k downloads.

Musgraves is definitely a stand-out when it comes to songwriting. The former Nashville Star contestant has written a couple of other songs you already know. She co-penned Miranda Lambert‘s current sassy single, “Mama’s Broken Heart.” She also co-wrote the emotional track, “Undermine,” which was one of the songs featured on ABC‘s TV hit show, Nashville.

The 2013 ACM nominated singer is not afraid to speak her mind when it comes to her music, and her lyrics are as honest and real as they get. On top of that, her voice is just as genuine and honest as her songwriting which makes for the perfect mix. The highly anticipated album from the 24-year-old definitely did not disappoint. Go grab your copy from iTunes!

Continue reading for links and to watch a video of “Undermine”….

Musgraves is currently on the road with Kenny Chesney on the No Shoes Nation Stadium Tour. For info & tickets, check out: www.kaceymusgraves.com.

Stop by NPR to get a first listen of the album: http://www.npr.org/2013/03/10/173745915/first-listen-kacey-musgraves-same-trailer-different-park.

And watch this video of Musgraves singing one of my favorite songs this year, “Undermine,” with co-writer Trent Dabbs:

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