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In celebration of their massive comeback to country music and the release of their recent album, Sounds Like Nashville is giving away an acoustic guitar signed by Bush and Nettles of Sugarland.
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When Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles walked on stage together at the 2017 CMA Awards to present the trophy for Vocal Duo of the Year, the country world was abuzz. Their first joint appearance since 2012, the moment had many wondering if Sugarland was finally reuniting after their five-year hiatus. While the duo had hinted…
“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.
“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.
Moms…they’re like the modern version of superheroes without capes and Sugarland knows just the way to appreciate them by way of song.
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Other artists included on the announced lineup at this time are Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Luke Combs, Billy Currington, Dan + Shay, Jon Pardi and Brett Young.
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