Jennifer Nettles credits her time in 4-H for helping to develop her performing skills.
Jennifer Nettles new video for her song “His Hands” was shot at The House Of Blues In Las Vegas, Check it out here.
When gearing up for the GRAMMY Awards last year, Radio.com interviewed songwriter Ali Tamposi whose “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” garnered three GRAMMY nominations including Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance by Kelly Clarkson.
“The resounding message here is authenticity. Within the gay community, the courage it takes to be one’s authentic self – even if you’re viewed as different – is inspiring.”
“I didn’t want to do a solo project out of a dislike for Sugarland. I love that music. And yet there’s something else that I think I need to prove to myself and share something different with my fans, too.”
Steven Tyler, P!nk, Lady Gaga, Sara Bareilles, Zac Brown, Miranda Lambert, Miguel and Alicia Keys were among the many artists who paid tribute last night to one of the greatest songwriters of popular music.
“I enjoy exploring the topics less explored,” Nettles said of the songwriting on her brand-new solo album “That Girl.” She also spoke about Sugarland’s future: “we left it open-ended.”
With the upcoming release this Tuesday (Jan. 14) of her debut solo album “That Girl,” Jennifer Nettles is our Impact artist this week.
Jon Bon Jovi has sung with Jennifer Nettles, Lee Ann Rimes, and other country artists, he’s a former owner of the Arena football team The Philly Soul, and now there’s word that he’s interested in buying The Buffalo […]
The Sugarland singer today revealed the cover art and full track list for her upcoming solo album ‘That Girl.’