Nudie

22 Feb 19
Inventory Episode

Just a quick post today!

21 Feb 19
LosAngelesMade

FLASH sale! Get 25% off 48hrs only Code: FLASH25 site-wide. ***************************In the PINK! With our popular PINK FRANGIPANI Eau de parfum ( also comes in a perfume Rollon Oil) smells like summer with clean layers of Plumeria (Frangipani) coconut, Heliotrope & touch of pineapple.. it’s AMAZING.. plus our coconut tinted sheer lipglosses in Pink Bikini […]

21 Feb 19
A Year of NCIS

Episode: 3.5, Switch Air Date: October 18, 2005 The Victim: Petty Officer Jerry Smith…? Emotionally Traumatized, But Ultimately Irrelevant, Witness Who Finds the Body:  No formula today.  A man in a Navy uniform is driving down a country road, arguing with his wife on his cell phone.  He is shot by a passing motorist and […]

18 Feb 19
The Global Goddess

1.Hugh Jackman That’s right. The one and only. Regular readers will know I have erotic dreams about Hugh and I’m pretty sure I’m not the only Australian woman, or man for that matter, in this situation. The film set for the movie Australia may have long departed Bowen, but Hugh’s spirit lives on. Swim at […]

16 Feb 19
The New Adventures of Dateless-Man!

It’s just after Valentine’s Day, and I remember when this period — from October to March, covering Halloween to my birthday — used to be my peak period for depression. So many holidays would expose me to feelings of loneliness and regret. But then came the year of Zen (2017), and then the year of […]

16 Feb 19
Suzassippi's Lottabusha County Chronicles

Nudie’s suits bring to mind Porter Waggoner, Roy Rogers, Dolly Parton, and even Robert Redford as “The Electric Horseman.”  They were only some of the country western singers and stars who wore Nudie Cohn’s rhinestone covered, embroidered suits.  Creeping down Broadway in the heavy evening traffic, music–albeit seriously out of tune–poured out of the open […]

16 Feb 19
Fashion

Wapmaxi Time To Change 2015Nudie Grim Tim Dry Selvage: New/Worn (5 years) https://i.redd.it/k4a8bp4ylug21.jpgMens Hair Styles 2015 Submitted by donaldsp90

16 Feb 19
Fashion

Wapmaxi Time To Change 2015Nudie Jeans Grim Tim Dry Selvage: New/Old https://i.redd.it/wybpb12g5ug21.jpgMens Hair Styles 2015 Submitted by donaldsp90

15 Feb 19
SCNG
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-1622241-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1622241-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1622241-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1622241-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..
15 Feb 19
Press Enterprise
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-1397789-4 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1397789-4 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1397789-4 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1397789-4 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..
15 Feb 19
Orange County Register
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-6693207-5 { margin: auto; } #gallery-6693207-5 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-6693207-5 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-6693207-5 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..
15 Feb 19
Daily Bulletin
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-1782974-6 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1782974-6 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1782974-6 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1782974-6 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..
15 Feb 19
Redlands Daily Facts
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-1724654-7 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1724654-7 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1724654-7 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1724654-7 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..
15 Feb 19
Daily News
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-3037012-8 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3037012-8 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-3037012-8 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3037012-8 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..
15 Feb 19
Whittier Daily News
For millions of music fans who watched the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, it might have been the first time they were exposed to country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves. She won all four trophies she was nominated for including album of the year and best country album for her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour,” as well as best country solo performance for the single “Butterflies” and best country song for “Space Cowboy.” She also will be the only country artist on the bill at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, where she’ll join the short list of artists — including Dwight Yoakam, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and Sturgill Simpson — that have crossed over to perform at both of Goldenvoice’s Coachella and Stagecoach desert fests. The angelic version of Musgraves, in her long, white flowing gown and singing “Rainbow,” was Musgraves on her absolute best behavior. The 30-year-old from Golden, Texas, is like the love child of country legends Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. She curses enough to make Dolly blush and smokes enough weed to make Willie proud. It’s that edginess and her biting, sarcastic lyrical content that has garnered Musgraves one of the most eclectic audiences in all of country music. #gallery-1732602-9 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1732602-9 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1732602-9 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1732602-9 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on ValentineÕs Day, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Kacey Musgraves performs to a sold-out audience at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 14, 2019. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) She’s become an LGBTQ icon, a rarity within the genre and something she made mention to on Thursday night, Feb. 14, during her first of two sold-out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. “I know that country music hasn’t always been the most inclusive,” she said before starting into her single “Follow Your Arrow.” “I’m glad to see that’s changed.” As on point and fantastic as Musgraves was on stage Thursday night, sporting a sparkly red dress, perfect for Valentine’s Day, her audience was equally attentive, energetic and absolutely adoring. These folks bought their tickets well before Musgraves scored all of her Grammy Awards and sang alongside Parton and pop singer-songwriter Katy Perry on national television. They showed up ready to sing, dance and show off their outfits. Fabulous guys and gals turned out in rhinestone studded nudie suits, a variety of cowboy hats, boots, bedazzled tiaras, there was a ton of fringe flying around and, yes, even some chaps. Musgraves has always surrounded herself with a stellar backing band that truly allows her to shine live. She came out, letting her vocals take center stage with “Slow Burn” and transitioned into “Wonder Woman,” at one point throwing the mic to the crowd and they sang loudly enough to echo through the speakers in the venue. “I feel like I’m in a really fancy cave,” Musgraves said of the restored Spanish Gothic-style 1920s landmark. “It’s kind of ‘Goonies’-esque.” She soared through her love ballad, “Butterflies,” which she prefaced with “I don’t know if you heard, but this past week has been pretty awesome,” she said to loud cheers. “I want to celebrate with you guys.”  She strummed along to “Lonely Weekend” and “Happy & Sad,” the latter which has a more grooving, pop beat, but includes the pedal steel so it doesn’t reach so far away from Musgraves’ roots. Her entire album, “Golden Hour,” is like that. It’s a thoughtful venture into various other genres without fully abandoning the genre she clearly loves so much. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Musgraves’ husband, singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, joined her for “To June This Morning,” a poem Johnny Cash wrote for his wife June Carter Cash that Musgraves and Kelly put music to. It was a sweet moment, especially since it was Valentine’s Day. Fans rocked through the boot stompin’ “Family is Family” and Musgraves asked the crowd to pull out their cell phones and quickly text someone that they loved them before “Love is a Wild Thing.” She took a seat for the ballad “Space Cowboy” and was joined by Sophie Allison, leader of her opening Nashville-based indie pop rock band Soccer Mommy, for a cover of Nsync’s “Tearin’ Up My Heart.” She closed out the evening by playing “Rainbow,” which was as delicate and pretty as it was on the Grammys, and wrapped with the country meets disco “High Horse.” Despite all of her recent exposure and the more squeaky clean version of Musgraves that the world is just coming to recognize, it’s nice to see that she maintains her dark sense of self-deprecating humor, which she let loose on Valentine’s Day via a series of F-bombs and quick, inappropriate jokes that help make her the relatable superstar that we all just want to shoot whisky with. Kacey Musgraves’ Oh, What a World Tour When: Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Also: 9 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, 929 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets are sold out, but are available in the secondary market starting at $261.25..