Record was unveiled on National Color Day
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Kacey Musgraves now hold the Guiness World Records title for the world’s largest display of coloring pages. The record was set on Tuesday, October 22nd, National Color Day.
A 500-pound, rainbow-shaped display that included 1,550 coloring pages, submitted by people from more than 30 states, was unveiled in the museum’s Mike Curb Conservatory in support of the exhibition Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors. Musgraves made an appearance at the museum and was joined by museum CEO Kyle Young to accept the award.
Items featured in Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors include stage wear, handwritten lyrics and personal artifacts. Some highlights:
- Tip jar used by Musgraves and Tatum when they performed as yodeling duo Texas Two Bits
- Detention notice received for “continuous classroom disruption” during high school
- Manuscript for “Fallin’,” a song written by Musgraves with Miranda Lambert
- Manuscript for “Slow Burn,” written by Musgraves and the co-producers of her album Golden Hour, Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk
- Satin dress embellished with sequins, beads, rhinestones and tasseled fringe, designed by Enrique Urbina.
- Musgraves wore the dress at the 2014 Grammy Awards
- Western-inspired black Atelier Versace pantsuit ensemble with gold-beaded fringe worn by Musgraves at the 2018 CMA Awards
Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors runs through June 7, 2020.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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