Formed by a trio of singer-songwriters who had already enjoyed minor success in their own right, Jennifer Nettles (Soul Miner’s Daughter), Kristian Bush (Billy Pilgrim) and solo artist Kristen Hall, aka Sugarland, first began touring the Atlanta folk-rock scene in the early 00s. After signing to Mercury Nashville, they achieved the highest-peaking debut for a group in 13 years on the Hot Country Songs chart with “Baby Girl” and scored a US Top 20 entry with debut album, Twice The Speed Of Life. Shortly after they performed alongside Bon Jovi on the CMT special Crossroads and Brad Paisley on his 2005 tour, Hall left the group over creative differences. Nettles then scored a country number one with Bon Jovi collaboration, “Who Says You Can’t Go Home,” before the band received their first Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. 2006’s Enjoy The Ride spawned two chart-toppers, “Want To” and “Settlin’,” whilst after duetting with Beyonce at the American Music Awards, Sugarland tickets for their first headline tour, Change For Change, went on sale. Awarded Vocal Duo of the Year at the CMA Awards, they then appeared on both Sesame St and Yo Gabba Gabba! before 2008’s Love On The Inside gave them their first Billboard Top 200 number one. Sugarland tickets for a tour of the same name were snapped up by their North American fans, whilst the group also played their first major shows in Europe after winning two Grammy Awards including Best Country Song (“Stay”). Following support slots on Keith Urban’s Escape Together tour and Kenny Chesney’s Sun City Carnival, they performed with The B-52s at the 2009 CMT Awards and released their first seasonal album, Gold and Green, a mixture of traditional carols and original Christmas songs. 2010’s The Incredible Machine continued their chart-topping success and also produced their first ever US Top 20 hit, “Stuck Like Glue,” whilst Nettles’ profile increased with an appearance at the VH1 Divas Salute The Troops show and a collaboration with Rihanna at the Academy of Country Music Awards. After guesting on Matt Nathanson’s Modern Love, launching their own radio station, A.P.E. Radio and performing at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, they returned to the live fold in 2012 with the release of Sugarland tickets for a summer tour entitled, In Your Hands.
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