Kacey Musgraves stopped by Radio Texas Live last October, and we debuted "Merry Go Round," the song that brought down the house last week at The Ryman in Nashville. Now, she's the sole opening act for one of biggest names in all of music.

Not only was last week Kacey Musgraves' first time to play at The Ryman in Nashville, it was also officially announced that the East Texan will be the sole opener for John Mayer on his 2012 spring tour. You go Kacey! (And I must share I actually knew about this news nearly three weeks ago, courtesy of proud Grandma Musgraves). Check out the John Mayer Spring Tour 2012 Dates/Markets and if your close check out a show:

Monday, April 9: Bloomington, IN
Tuesday, April 10: East Lansing, MI
Thursday, April 12: Grand Rapids, MI
Friday, April 13: West Lafayette, IN
Saturday, April 14: Detroit, MI
Tuesday, April 17: Orono, ME
Wednesday, April 18: Providence, RI
Thursday, April 19: West Point, NY
Saturday, April 21: Buffalo, NY
Sunday, April 22: Wallingford, CT
Tuesday, April 24: Richmond, VA
Thursday, April 26: Tuscaloosa, AL
Monday, April 30: Memphis, TN
Wednesday, May 2: Kansas City, MO
Friday, May 4: Albuquerque, NM
Saturday, May 5: Las Vegas, NV
Sunday, May 6: Phoenix, AZ


Kacey also shared "Mama's Broken Heart," a song she wrote on Miranda Lambert's "Four the Record," which Rolling Stone Magazine ranked 26th of the 50 best singles of 2011. if you'd like to hear those songs and our interview click here.

Congratulations, Kacey! All the recognition and accolades are well-deserved and all of us here at KNUE couldn't be more happy for you.

I'll leave y'all with her performance of "Merry Go Round" from The Ryman last week, a performance that concluded with a standing ovation. By the way, the only other artists to receive "standing O's" that day were Lionel Richie, Vince Gill and George Strait.

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