After a series of hit songs off her most recent album, PAGEANT MATERIAL, Kacey then performed a country cover of Gnarls Barkley’s Crazy with such power that it brought the O2 to a standstill and filled every corner of the venue. The band then slipped off the stage to leave Kacey to deliver a solo acoustic version of Merry GoRound (“the song that started it all”) and High Time.
Then, just when you thought you couldn’t be more charmed by her as a performer, she upped the fun factor for a magical version of A Spoonful Of Sugar, from Disney’sMary Poppins. And it was a cover she chose to end the set with in a souped-up rock version of These Boots Are Made For Walkin.
Kacey Musgraves sure knows how to put on a top show – complete with wry glances, winks and her famous word play she proved an extraordinary talent for live performance.
After a break, it was time for the event’s main man, as a lighting display signalled the build-up and tension for Eric Church’s big entrance. Wearing his trademark glasses and guitar slung over his shoulder, he started with a bang to give fans the show they were hopingfor.
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