Nettles previous roles include Roxie Hart in Broadway’s Chicago and Avie Lee Parton in the Coat of Many Colors series.
It’s been nearly six years since Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush have toured together, and the “Still the Same Tour” proves they were worh the wait. These are the 5 coolest things we saw on our big night out with Sugarland.
“I want you to live authentically in your truth. I want you to be so in touch with your truth that nothing can pull you off your path,” Nettles told the graduates.
Nettles is no stranger to Broadway tunes, as she played the starring role of Roxie Hart in ‘Chicago’ back in 2014.
“We try to leave it better than how we came, don’t be afraid to change / I love you still the same, still the same, still the same…,” the duo sings.
Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush officially came on the record to tell fans that they would be hitting the road in 2018 to promote their new forthcoming music.
Superstar Reba hosts the star-studded show, which airs Monday, Nov. 27 on ABC.
Reunited and it feels so good! Sugarland is back together and the duo has new music on the way.
More than a few other huge names in all of the industry stood behind Urban and his team for their brave message, including Reese Witherspoon who noted “the value of women” and Taylor Swift, who admittedly “adored” Urban’s CMA debut of “Female.”
As part of the 85th annual event, the country stars will bring holiday cheer to fans with special performances at the base of the 75-foot tall Norway Spruce tree.
Watch Sugarland perform “Stay” during a surprise appearance at Big Machine Label Group’s CMA Awards after party.
Perhaps one of the most shocking moments of the 51st Annual CMA Awards was the on-stage reunion of Sugarland.
From Carrie Underwood to Keith Urban to Luke Bryan, country stars went all out for Halloween 2017!
The track is a poignant reflection of the American dream being lived out through an immigrant named Jose.
Country stars shared their thoughts on the protests and violence that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend.
The country singer will take on the role of Donna Sheridan in the former Broadway musical, which is set to be performed at the iconic Los Angeles music venue.
“Can’t find the right words, just sadness. Prayers are with Manchester,” wrote Brad Paisley, with many others echoing his sentiment.
During a recent appearance at a Time Inc. event, Nettles tripped over an elaborate light fixture on her way to take the stage and caused her to break her rib and obtain a few bangs and bruises.
“Here’s hoping that that will be a skill that he will garner from this life experience for sure,” she explained of his vagabond upbringing.
“Hey heartbreak, don’t come back / I swept up your shattered glass / What goes around is coming back around,” she sings.