Jennifer Nettles shows off her rock side on a recent duet with Cheap Trick. The singer took the stage at CMT Crossroads for the second time for the collaboration, more than a decade after she joined forces with Bon Jovi and her band Sugarland.
Jennifer Nettles may be mainly know for being one half of the power duo Sugarland, but she is making a name for herself these days. In addition to her solo project she also tried her hand in performing on Broadway and her latest acting project playing Dolly Parton's mother in "Coat Of Many Colors" on NBC...
If 2015 was a year of big changes for Jennifer Nettles, then 2016 will be a year of big debuts. She's got new music coming out in the form of a new album titled Playing With Fire, which she dished about during a visit to the Taste of Country Nights booth before the CMA Awards.
Country music will have two representatives at the 2015 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. Jake Owen and Jennifer Nettles will both perform during the NBC telecast. Both are expected to release new albums in 2016.
Jennifer Nettles decided to see what life is like on the dark side this weekend, as a photo posted to her social media pages revealed her blonde tresses are no longer. The Sugarland singer took the plunge and made a huge change to her locks, going with a dark chestnut-brown.
Three well-known celebrities have joined the cast of a movie based on Dolly Parton’s childhood. Two are TV actors, but singer Jennifer Nettles is the third, and she's slotted to portray Parton’s mother.
Sugarland frontwoman-turned-solo-artist Jennifer Nettles has exited her record label, Universal Nashville, the artist announced Aug. 3 in an official statement. She signed with Mercury Nashville, a division of Universal Nashville, with Sugarland in 2004.
We already know that the genre's biggest stars hang out together, like Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, who go fishing regularly. But in addition to their peers, country artists also spend time with celebrities from other walks, like acting.
It's not a secret that women struggle more when it comes to selling record versus men in country music. But, when a country music consultant went on the record for Country Aircheck, he had to know he was going to get some backlash regardless of how accurate the statement was...
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