Arden Lambert


February 27, 2019


February 27, 2019


February 27, 2019

Kacey Musgraves opens the multi-day 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and she performed with a bang. In her set, she took a moment to honor the Texas icon Selena with a dazzling cover of “Como la Flor.”

Como La Flor, Kacey, Kacey Musgraves
via Kacey Musgraves’ Official Facebook Page

Of course, the cover was given a natural spin to her musical style and grace. But the song stayed true to Selena.  Musgraves stunned the Houston Rodeo goers with her sparkling, pink-lit star stage in the middle of the stadium and her in the middle singing her heart out. The crowd loved it.

Como La Flor, Kacey Musgraves, Kacey
via Kacey Musgraves’ Official Facebook Page

At the end of her performance, Musgraves enthusiastically proclaimed her love to the Queen of Tejano Music.

“I love the Queen Selena as much as you do, Viva Selena!”

And if the Selena tribute isn’t enough for you, she finished her time on stage in true rodeo fashion – by literally riding off on a horse after her set.

Watch the performance here!

Musgraves was the first performer at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and she isn’t the only big star to hit the stage. Kane Brown, Brad Paisley, Chris Stapleton, and Brooks & Dunn is also set to perform. Other performers include Tim McGraw, Cody Johnson, Zac Brown Band, Old Dominion, and Luke Combs.

As for the Grammy-winning singer, Musgraves is currently on her Oh, What a World Tour. Tickets are already on the market. You can visit her website for more information.

Como La Flor and Queen Selena

Selena Quintanilla is known as the “Queen of Tejano Music.” She gave her final performance on the 26th of February 1995 at the Hoston Astrodome. She concluded the concert with the now renowned “Como La Flor” – a massive hit song for Selena way back in 1992.

Her impact on music and her fans are still tremendously felt many years after her untimely death and Musgraves’ performance is a true testament to that.


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