Kacey Musgraves is in the midst of her 2019 Oh, What a World Tour, and she's bringing some disco flavor to her set each night. During a recent tour stop in Toronto, Canada, one fan filmed the singer belting a lively cover of Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive."

In the nearly four-minute clip, Musgraves is shown in a stunning silver jumpsuit while opener Natalie Prass joins her for a spirited reinterpretation of Gaynor's 1978 smash. The women trade verses on the song as the crowd screams along. A natural fit for Musgraves, she makes the song her own with delicate keyboard, percussion and guitar accompaniment from her band.

In addition to a busy year on the road, Musgraves will be making an appearance at both the 2019 Coachella festival and 2019's Bonnaroo. Her 2019 is followed by a successful 2018, which saw her big win at the 2018 CMA Awards for Album of the Year for Golden Hour.

Musgraves served as the only female nominee in the category, beating out Chris StapletonKeith UrbanThomas Rhett and Dierks Bentley. The honor came 10 years to the day that she moved to Nashville.

"I think this album has reached well beyond country music," she expresses to the media backstage at the CMA Awards. "I'm very thankful. I'm so grateful for the CMA and my entire team. I'm so grateful for the fans and the listeners out there who have supported this. From the beginning all I've wanted to do is just make music that makes me happy; and that's why I do it, it makes my soul happy. That's where the songs come from. And if anyone else likes it, that's icing on this already amazing cake."

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