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Kacey Musgraves delighted patrons of a Philadelphia gay bar this week when she stopped by for a surprise performance.
The “Rainbow” singer rolled into town a couple days ahead of her scheduled tour stop and decided to get in an extra performance at Tavern on Camac, Philadelphia’s longest running gay piano bar.
A clip shared to Instagram saw Musgraves taking the mic to sing Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” with the help of a pianist. Eventually, the whole bar joined in to be part of what must have been a truly memorable moment.
Musgraves is currently on tour for “Star-Crossed,” the studio album she released last year. And apparently covering “Dreams” is something she’s done on the proper tour — which is to say, not off the cuff at a neighborhood bar — as well.
\u201ckacey musgraves, dreams fleetwood mac cover. pt. 1\u201d— az \u2659 is seeing graciephoebetaylor (@az \u2659 is seeing graciephoebetaylor) 1642779627
But obviously getting to see an up close and personal performance more akin to karaoke (really good karaoke) than a major tour is something special, and the kind of things her fans love her for doing.
\u201cBest thing I've seen today. Kacey Musgraves surprising the folks at Tavern on Camac last night, a couple days prior to her Philly show.\u201d— Annie Heckenberger (@Annie Heckenberger) 1643164293
We stan a queer icon, and while Kacey has done a lot more to be an LGBTQ+ ally than just show up at a gay bar for a delightful surprise performance, we certainly wouldn’t say no to more of that!