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26-year-old Kacey Musgraves may be seen as a little young to really know the expanse of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, but noone let her know that. She made her festival debut on Friday and had a 45-minute set that thrilled.

Dressed in red, white, and blue, the Grammy-winning songwriter sang a few tracks from her upcoming album that doesn't yet have a title. She also sang "Same Trailer, Different Park" from her previous album and "Blowin' Smoke" which brought about a massive sing-along from the crowd. The all-American outfit also got plenty of attention.

Some in the crowd were a little taken aback though when she began singing covers from way outside country, but also way outside her own generation. Tina Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" was a crowd favorite, but TLC's "No Scrubs" raised a few eyebrows.

Musgraves is leading a new reform in country music that is actually one of days gone by and her debut at Stagecoach proves she is here to stay.

See it for yourself: AXS TV's schedule for Stagecoach 2015

Read more: Stagecoach 2015— Everything you need to know about the country music festival