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Nettles then released the 2000 album A few years later, Nettles joined forces with two other veterans of the Atlanta alternative folk scene—Kristen Hall and Kristian Bush.
Born in Douglas, Georgia, on September 12, 1974, Jennifer Nettles performed with Soul Miner's Daughter and The Jennifer Nettles Band before forming Sugarland in 2003, with Kristen Hall and Kristian Bush.She’s starring as Dolly Parton’s mother in an NBC biopic on the country legend, set to air Dec. 21 – Hampton Beach, NH (Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom)Nov. "We're not writing a bunch of girl songs," Kristian Bush explained to Also in 2006, Nettles also had success outside of Sugarland with her duet with rocker Jon Bon Jovi, "Who Says You Can't Go Home." Not only did this collaboration perform well on the country music charts, but the duo was nominated for several awards, including the Country Music Association (CMA) Award for Musical Event of the Year.The following year, Sugarland brought home their first CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year, breaking Brooks & Dunn's longstanding winning streak in that category.Fans can expect to hear a new single this October from Nettles' so-far-untitled new LP, due in early 2016. New music and live dates aren’t all Nettles has in store.
Even with new home Big Machine, Nettles remains beneath the Universal Music umbrella. 2 and 3, respectively, before tickets hit the general public on Sept.
As the lead singer of Sugarland, Jennifer Nettles has become one of the most popular singer-songwriters in country music today.
Nettles grew up in a small town and started singing along to songs on the radio at an early age.
Along with their commercial success, Sugarland earned a lot of critical praise as well.
They were nominated for several Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards in 2005, winning for Top New Duo or Vocal Group.
Critics were especially impressed by "Stay," which won the ACM Awards for Single Record of the Year and Song of the Year.