Thank everybody for believing in a song that's almost a 5-minute-long acoustic song'Stay' named best song and single record May 18, 2008
We've been playing some of the new songs during our live showsSugarland to release third studio album May 16, 2008
Television music specials and performances become iconic. Who hasn't seen replays of the Beatles on 'Ed Sullivan' or Elvis' TV special wearing his jump suit and giving away his scarfSugarland to star in ABC special Jun 24, 2009
I am thrilled to have been asked to host the CMA Christmas specialNettles to host CMA Christmas special Oct 21, 2010
Jennifer Nettles (born September 12, 1974 in Douglas, Georgia) is an American country music artist. She is known primarily for her role as lead vocalist of the duo Sugarland alongside Kristian Bush. Before Sugarland's inception, she also fronted Atlanta, Georgia-based bands called Soul Miner's Daughter and Jennifer Nettles Band. She also charted as a duet partner on the country version of rock band Bon Jovi's 2006 single "Who Says You Can't Go Home", a Number One hit on the Billboard charts.
Nettles began performing at school assemblies, her Southern Baptist church, and in community theater. She was also a member of Georgia 4-H's Clovers & Company performing arts group from 1986 to 1993.
Nettles studied Sociology and Anthropology at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia and graduated in 1997. While a student there, Nettles and Cory Jones (who at the time was studying classical guitar at the University of Georgia) formed the group Soul Miner’s Daughter. Performing as both an acoustic duo and with a band, they released two albums: The Sacred and Profane in 1996 and Hallelujah in 1998, both of which were composed of songs written collaboratively by Jones and Nettles.