“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.
Reunited and it feels so good! Sugarland is back together and the duo has new music on the way.
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.
Country stars came to Ell’s defense after a radio show cancelled her performance due to personal conflicts.
“I’m obsessed with you giving me 45 minutes of your life, and I promise I will deliver. I work really, really hard at that because I think it matters,” said Bush.
“Working with Kristian Bush over the past eight months has just been life-changing,” she raves. “He’s like reinvigorated my whole passion and the reason why I got into the music industry in the first place.”
The 90-minute set had the five songwriters sharing the stories behind their songs as well as some tales on how they’ve come to succeed in the Nashville music scene.
From taking the Tube to tour the sights to grabbing rounds of pints with pals, Bush got his fill on all that the U.K. had to offer.
It’s official! The 59th annual Grammy Awards nominations have been revealed and the nominees are now reacting to their big news!
It’s November 8, which means it’s Election Day and even some of your favorite country stars are getting out there to cast their vote.
Friends of Bones and the Raging Idiots will also be featured on the fun-filled album including artists like Lindsay Ell and Nikita Karmen, and co-writers such as Ell, Lauren Alaina, Eric Paslay, Kristian Bush and more.
See how Lindsay Ell spent her day as she prepared for and attended the CCMAs in her stellar photo diary…
The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville was the place to be on Wednesday night as the Dixie Chicks returned to the country music mecca after 10 years.
“I understand storytelling now in another way and I think that’s the corner of everything we do,” Bush tells us.
John Rich invited several friends to join him for the “St. Jude Presents John Rich and Friends” concert.
The fourth annual Craig Campbell Cornhole Challenge benefits Fight Colorectal Cancer, a charity that’s close to Campbell’s heart.
Fans can enjoy the following activities during CMA Fest week from Thursday to Sunday, June 9-12.
Kristian Bush sang his song, “Forever Now (Say Yes),” that just so happened to be perfect for the live wedding on the Today Show Thursday.