Kristian Bush says his new single "Sing Along" was an easy song to write but it's excruciating to perform live. For the first time ever he's putting his personal life under a microscope. There's no song fiction during the bittersweet mid-tempo cut about loving and losing, an…
It's been nearly four years since Jennifer Nettles revealed that she started working on solo material apart from Sugarland. Three solo albums later, including 2014's That Girl, 2016's Playing with Fire and To Celebrate Christmas, the singer says she is comfortable on her own.
Sugarland's "Stay" made a clean sweep of country awards season in 2007 and 2008, winning Grammys, ACM and CMA Awards on its way to a Top 5 spot on Billboard's Country Airplay chart and double-platinum status.
The key to a great cover of Sugarland’s “Stay” is lots and lots of patience, and the women of Song Suffragettes prove they have it during this live acoustic cover, recorded during a recent Monday night #LetTheGirlsPlay show in Nashville.
Sugarland continue to fight off rumors of a breakup, as they have been since announcing their solo ventures. Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush maintain they're not broken up as a duo, but when asked about a future tour together, they had very different answers.