Scheduled to play Philly’s Wells Fargo Center, country superstar Kacey Musgraves surprised an intimate Philadelphia gay bar with a musical performance.
Flanked by a grand piano while standing in the corner of Tavern on Camac (Phily’s longest running gay bar,) Musgraves made her way through a verse and chorus of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” (the 1977 single that returned to the charts in 2020 thanks to a viral skateboarding TikTok.)
Musgraves’ Star-Crossed: Unveiled tour launched on January 19 in St. Paul, Minnesota, and heads to Boston after her Philadelphia gig with additional shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden (2.05,) Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena (2.11, ) and Toronto, Ontario (2.25.)
The name of Kacey’s tour come from the singer’s 2021 Star-Crossed LP that followed her Grammy-winning Golden Hour, and talking about her latest collection that was partly inspired by her divorce from fellow artist Ruston Kelly, the singer/songwriter stated:
“Part of me questions marriage as a whole, in general. I mean, I was open to it when it came into my life. I embraced it.” “I just have to tell myself I was brave to follow through on those feelings. But look at Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. They’re doing something right.”