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NEWS AND NOTES: Kacey Musgraves, The War And Treaty, Luke Bryan, Anne Wilson, Josh Ross

NEWS AND NOTES: Kacey Musgraves, The War And Treaty, Luke Bryan, Anne Wilson, Josh Ross
Anne Wilson
Josh Ross
Kacey Musgraves
Luke Bryan
The War & Treaty

Kacey Musgraves has created Etsy shoppable mood boards delving into her upcoming album, Deeper Well, available March 15th. She says, “Etsy is a place I return to for inspiration in many facets of my life, and while making this album I kept saving pieces that I felt like a true reflection of where my head was at aesthetically. Sometimes when I can’t sleep, I find myself in the strangest, coolest Etsy wormholes and I’m always amused at the things I find. I also just love putting money in the pocket of the actual creator. I hope that through this moodboard my fans feel connected to me and my music in a real and intimate way.” This partnership is the beginning of a series of exclusive merch drops on Etsy, curated by Kacey as a reimagined gift shop. Check it out here.

Don’t forget to catch Kacey as the musical guest on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live on NBC.


The War And Treaty, Kacey Musgraves and Taylor Swift are among the artists and music creators included in the new American Currents: State of the Music exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The installment, which will run through February 2025, offers a broad look at country music and its place in American culture over the past year. Oliver Anthony, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs, Jelly Roll, Molly Tuttle, Morgan Wallen and Lainey Wilson are also featured.


Earlier this week, Luke Bryan has teased his fans with a big announcement on social media. He says he’s counting down the minutes until Thursday (February 29th) at 12:50pm CT. What could it be, we wonder? In April, he’s set to kick off his Mind of a Country Boy Tour in Alberta, Canada (April 17th).


Anne Wilson and Josh Ross have been announced as two of the members of the Opry NextStage program, which spotlights country music’s rising talent on the Grand Ole Opry stage and across its platforms. 49 Winchester, Charles Wesley Godwin, Chase Matthew, Ella Langley, Flatland Cavalry, Madeline Edwards and Wyatt Flores are also included in the Opry NextStage Class of 2024.