Why Josh Abbott Says Kacey Musgraves Is The “Female Savior Of Country Music”

This week Josh Abbott did an interview with BMI Music where Abbott discusses both the Josh Abbott Band’s current album and single as well as songwriting. During the interview he gives a nod to Kacey Musgraves, who sang on the Josh Abbott Band hit “Oh, Tonight” which peaked at #42 on the Country Charts in 2011.

I’m a big fan of Kacey Musgraves, I think she’s the female savior of country music. I think, 30 years from now, she’ll be iconic in a way that Dolly Parton is,” Josh Abbott stated.

Josh Abbott band continue their 2016 tour in support of their latest release ‘Front Row Seat’ and recently made their debut national television performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 31st. “Wasn’t That Drunk” is climbing up the country radio charts and Rolling Stone Country raves about the song,”collaboration with Carly Pearce comes alive in latest step toward the mainstream for ambitious Texans.” The country favorites album debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart and the music has garnered high praise from NPR, Vice Noisey and Entertainment Weekly.

Watch their performance of Wasn’t That Drunk” here:


The band continue their 2016 tour throughout the summer hitting a number of festivals along the way…

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