Kacey Musgraves Shines During “Space Cowboy” Performance On Austin City Limits [Watch]

Kacey Musgraves Austin City Limits

Kacey Musgraves will return to “Austin City Limits” this weekend for a special broadcast on Saturday (Nov. 10), on PBS. The longest-running television concert series will feature the Texas native performing a seven-song set and fans can watch Kacey sing “Space Cowboy” ahead of the show’s premiere. In a web exclusive video, Kacey shines as … Read more

Jason Isbell’s “If We Were Vampires” Performance With Wife Amanda Shires on “Austin City Limits” Was Literally Perfect

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit’s The Nashville Sound album is so good that every country music outlet and Americana music outlet claimed it as their own in 2017. The album was nominated for CMA Album of the Year and is up for Best Americana Album at the GRAMMYs. The song, “If We Were Vampires” … Read more

Miranda Lambert’s Performance of “Tin Man” on “Austin City Limits” Will Leave You Feeling Her Pain

As part of “Austin City Limits” 43rd season, Miranda Lambert stopped by the show Friday Nov. 3 for an hour-long performance of her hits. The 33-year-old delivered a dynamic performance of 13 of her songs, including “Vice,” “Automatic,” “The House That Built Me” “We Should Be Friends” and the show highlight, an acoustic version of … Read more

Zac Brown Band Electrifies The Stage In Their ‘Austin City Limits’ Debut

In my humble opinion, the Zac Brown Band is better live than in studio. That’s really saying something, because their studio work has netted them sixteen charted singles, thirteen No. 1 hits, two platinum and one certified triple-platinum albums, and three GRAMMY awards. “Austin City Limits” is perhaps the greatest public access show of all … Read more

[Watch] Margo Price’s Powerful Unaired Performance on “Austin City Limits”

Margo Price isn’t flashy. She doesn’t do pop-country. The Illinois native is classic Opry, drawing consistent praise and critical comparisons to Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton. Her debut solo album, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, is light on it’s feet. It’s toe-tapping and two-stepping at an ole-timey hoedown. When Price played “Austin City Limits” earlier this year, … Read more

Cyndi Lauper Performs “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” on “Austin City Limits” with Some Pedal Steel and Spunk

It’s been 34 years since Cyndi Lauper stormed to the top of Billboard‘s Hot 100 with her signature hit, “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” but all these years later, when performing the tune she’s still making it unique and ring incredibly true. Lauper recently took the famed “Austin City Limits” stage to sing tunes from … Read more

Sturgill Simpson Still Can’t Comprehend Getting To Play Austin City Limits

Sturgill Simpson still can’t seem to wrap his head around getting to take the stage during last year’s Austin City Limits. An upcoming documentary by filmmaker Keith Maitland featuring Simpson spans the rich history of the festival. It will also feature Willie Nelson, Ray Charles, and the Avett Brothers. “You spend your whole life watching … Read more

That Time Kris Kristofferson Sang “Me and Bobby McGee” at Austin City Limits

I’ll be the first to admit it took me way too long to figure out Kris Kristofferson wrote “Me and Bobby McGee.” Dozens of artists have recorded and performed the song over the years, but none quite like Janis Joplin and her 1971 version, which reached No. 1 after her untimely death. Kristofferson’s version of … Read more

Vince Gill and Patty Loveless Sing Classic Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty Duet

Not just anyone can cover a Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty classic, so it’s a good thing Patty Loveless and Vince Gill were on hand at Lynn’s induction into the “Austin City Limits” Hall of Fame to do it right. Lynn was inducted in June, but a television special is set to air this week. … Read more

Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris Perform “Crazy”

As members of the first ever “Austin City Limits” Hall of Fame, Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris performed the massive hit, “Crazy,” written by Nelson and made famous by Patsy Cline. Harris takes singing duties on the track, while Nelson plays guitar. The performance was a part of a special hour-long episode featuring appearances by … Read more