Sugarland is an American group of country music composed of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush.
The duo, formed in 2003 by Bush and Kristen Hall becomes a trio with the arrival of Jennifer Nettles, who becomes the lead singer.
They signed in 2004 at Mercury Nashville Records their first single "Baby Girl", from their album "Twice the Speed of Life". The trio became a duet in 2006, when they made their second album "Enjoy the Ride". The latter marked the beginning of their success with two singles number 1; "Want To" and "Settlin '". In 2008, they reiterated the feat with their album Love on the Inside and the singles "All I Want to Do" and "Already Gone".
Jennifer Nettles lived in a small town in Douglas, Georgia. Nettles, Bush, and Hall were often present in folk rock scenes in Atlanta during the 90s and 2000s before he formed Sugarland. Their debut album, Twice the Speed of Life, is on October 26, 2004. The first single from the album is Baby Girl ranked # 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The other singles on the album are: Something More, Just Might, and Down in Mississippi, which reached positions # 2, # 7, and # 17, respectively. The album is certified platinum multi-disc for the sale of three million albums. In late 2005, the band played with Bon Jovi on Crossroads. Nettle sings with Bon Jovi the single Who Says You Can not Go Home. The song becomes a success and ranks at the top of the country song rankings. The band toured the United States and Canada and Brad Paisley in 2005 and 2006-2007 with Kenny Chesney.