Two days before her headlining performance at the Wells Fargo Center, Kacey Musgraves shocked patrons at a Philadelphia bar with an unexpected performance.
On Monday evening (Jan. 24), the country superstar and Texas native surprised guests at the piano bar inside of Tavern On Camac, Philadelphia’s longest running gay bar, with a performance of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.”
In a clip, shared by Instagram user @GayborhoodFamous, Musgraves is seen singing the iconic Fleetwood Mac song in a piano bar, wearing a tan jacket, in front of a wallpapered wall that is decorated with hearts for Valentine’s Day.
“Thunder only happens when it’s raining / players only love you when they’re playing / they say women, they will come, and they will go / when the rain washes you clean, you’ll know,” Musgraves sings in the video.
Watch Musgraves’ surprise performance below.
Written by Stevie Nicks, “Dreams” was released as the second single from Fleetwood Mac’s eleventh studio album, Rumours (1977). The song was recently ranked No. 9 on Rolling Stone’s 2021 list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Musgraves is set to bring her Star-Crossed: Unveiled tour to Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday evening (Jan. 26) with support from King Princess and MUNA.
After her Philadelphia tour date, the country hitmaker is set to continue her headlining trek through February 20 with stops in Boston, New York, Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas, Los Angeles, and more.
See the full list of upcoming tour dates HERE.