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Kacey Musgraves' Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit, "Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors," is officially open to the public, and during a preview earlier this week, Kacey shared that it wasn't hard to find items to include in the exhibit.
"I did get to go home, back to Golden, and go through all of these boxes that my mom has held onto for years," Kacey shares. “She's always been so adamant about keeping everything….I've always been like, 'Where are you even going to put all of this?' And it finally makes sense. It's getting to see the light of day,” adding, “I'm sure she's glad to have a lot of this crap out of her house."
The exhibit includes tons of mementos from Kacey's childhood including baby shoes she wore at her baptism, earliest demo tapes and even high school detention slips for "continuous classroom disruption." also included in the exhibit are plenty of the stage outfits that Kacey wore on the cover of her albums, "Same Trailer, Different Park," and "Pageant Material."
Kasey Musgraves is certainly feeling honored to be recognized with this exhibit. "At first, I was like, 'Don't people get a display when they're like, 80 years old, or posthumously? I'm 30! Is this weird?,’” she says. “And they assured me, 'No, this is great. They want to tell a young side of country music history, and share that with people.' So I was very honored that they asked me."
Kacey's exhibit is set to run until June 7th, 2020.