Kacey Musgraves is still following her arrow, and she hopes country music does, too.
While “High Horse” singer believes the genre has “still a long way to go” in terms of expressing support for the LGBTQ community, she does hear more representation on the radio, particularly in Luke Bryan’s latest hit. “I’m super-grateful Luke Bryan can have a hit with ‘Most People Are Good.’ It’s a small step," Kacey tells Hits Daily Double of the song, which features the lyric “I believe you love who you love/Ain’t nothing you should ever be ashamed of.”
Kacey, whose 2013’s “Follow Your Arrow” also referenced the LGBTQ community, recently wrapped a tour with pop superstar Harry Styles, whom she calls “a beacon to all kinds.” “Tons and tons of LGBTQ people, older people, kids. It’s a very accepting environment, which makes me happy,” she says of the Live On Tour.
Kacey recently announced the North American leg of her own Oh, What a World: Tour, which goes on sale to the general public Friday (July 20).
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