PHOTOS: Kacey Musgraves Posts First-Look at New Shots from ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover Story

by Joe Rutland

Country music singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves couldn’t contain her excitement by revealing new photos from her “Rolling Stone” cover story.

Musgraves took to social media on Thursday night, providing a couple of pictures for her fans as well as a link to the story.

Now the feature story is titled “The Cosmic Journey of Kacey Musgraves” and she is called by the magazine “the queen of ‘galactic country.'”

Her last album, “Golden Hour,” not only received critical acclaim but it collected a lot of awards for Musgraves. Check this out.

“Golden Hour,” which is Musgraves’ fourth studio album, became just the fifth artist to win “Album of the Year” awards in the same year from the Grammy Awards, Country Music Association Awards, and the Academy of Country Music Awards. She took that home in 2019.

Kacey Musgraves also had the album’s first two singles, “Butterflies” and “Space Cowboy,” win “Best Country Solo Performance” and “Best Country Song” Grammy Awards.

While her musical career is soaring, she’s also getting over a divorce from Ruston Kelly last year after three years of marriage.

Need A Hangover Cure? Check With Kacey Musgraves

After going through a year with ups and downs, Musgraves is known to enjoy having a good time and few drinks, too.

She would seem to be a good person to take advice from about having a hangover cure. Everyone looks for a magical hangover cure, something that’ll get them back on their feet fast.

It appears that Kacey Musgraves might have something to share with you. This advice comes from her as the New Year’s celebrations were approaching. But let’s be honest. Everyone who sometimes has a little too much of the bubbly can definitely use a helping hand.

The singer-songwriter filled us in on her tonic for having one too many champagne toasts. 

“Coconut water is a major help with hangovers,” she said. There’s a little bit more in the Musgraves’ hangover toolkit to share.

Stay Hydrated, Eat Something Warm To Ease Hangovers

Stay hydrated, she said. Eat something warm to help with hangover symptoms. 

“A lot of times we go and eat Vietnamese pho,” Kacey Musgraves said. “It’s a soup, and it’s got this awesome broth. You can get different things in it or whatever, but for some reason, it’s almost like a chicken noodle soup kind of an idea, you know, but it’s good.”

Oh, if that wasn’t enough to help you out, here a few more tips from someone who enjoys celebrating a lot.

“Sleep, Tylenol, coconut water, and just water, in general,” Musgraves said. “And when you’re drinking, have your alcohol, drink a little bit of water, drink some more alcohol, drink some water. Yup!”

It’s a safe bet to consider Musgraves as a bit of a party girl, or woman if you will. But these suggestions are ones that have helped her rebound from long nights with plenty of drinks.

Maybe you, too, can follow these tips and bounce back after a long night out. If you do, then thank Kacey Musgraves.