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.
After such a great night of music, those in attendance will likely have Georgia music on their minds for weeks to come.
We all have our little obsessions, much like Kristian Bush, who is obsessed with collecting and playing designer board games.
“The guitar parts were like additional lyrics to the song — they said other things — and all of a sudden made the record to me, a whole different thing,” she said about the recording.
Kristian Bush expanded his horizons and stepped outside of his comfort zone when he went into the studio to record his sophomore solo album.
Kristian Bush is over the moon to be reunited for Jennifer Nettles as Sugarland, telling us it’s both comfortable and exciting.
Midland, Cam, Kristian Bush, Lindsay Ell, LoCash, Parmalee, Eric Paslay, Cole Swindell, RaeLynn, Chris Janson, Rodney Atkins and Rhett Akins will all be a part of the festivities as well, contributing their voices to the worthy cause.
Although anxiety and pressure could get the best of Bush and Jennifer Nettles in their comeback, the two can’t wait to continue the story of Sugarland as a steady partnership.
“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.
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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.
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