04:25 AM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 10/13/2010 08:50AM
The country duo Sugarland are pulling back the curtain to reveal the process behind making their new album – and PEOPLE.com has a first look at the footage.
Living Liner Notes – a live version of the writings usually found in a CD booklet – offers an inside look at the pair in their Atlanta studio during the February recording process of their fourth album, The Incredible Machine, due Oct. 19.
"The Living Liner Notes are exactly what they sound like they are, in the sense that, just like in an album, you receive the liner notes that talk about each song in different and varying degrees of detail," Jennifer Nettles, 36, tells PEOPLE. "We actually did living versions of those where we talk about each song."
Originally posted 12/24/2009 07:00PM
It has been one busy year for country music duo Sugarland. The group released two albums – Gold and Green and CD/DVD Live on the Inside – and toured all year, just to name a few of their activities.
Originally posted 11/11/2009 11:15PM
Taylor Swift opened the show with a winning performance – but the 19-year-old singer had to wait until the end of the Country Music Assocation Awards telecast Wednesday night to collect the biggest honor: entertainer of the year.
Sobbing as she took the stage of Nashville's Sommet Center, Swift – the youngest-ever winner of the CMA's top trophy – called her band to join her onstage. "I will never forget this moment because in this moment everything I have ever wanted has just happened to me," she said.
It was a monumental night for Swift, who took home four awards in total, including album of the year for her smash hit Fearless and, in an upset, female vocalist of the year, beating out the night's co-host, Carrie Underwood.
Originally posted 11/11/2009 10:45AM
Originally posted 08/03/2009 04:15PM
Country music duo Sugarland – Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush – are playing with the big boys now: The pair have their own ABC primetime special airing Monday and a new CD/DVD being released Tuesday exclusively at Walmart.
"It feels comfortable – it feels exciting but it feels right," Nettles, 34, tells PEOPLE about the band's success, including the special Sugarland: Live on the Inside airing Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC. "It feels comfortable because the show is good and we love it and we put a lot of energy and artistry and thought into it and I think that that translates."
To celebrate the release of their DVD on August 4, Nettles and Bush, 39, will be debuting it in select movie theatres across the country for one night only on Aug 6.
Originally posted 05/19/2009 11:55AM
The fans have spoken, and they can't get enough of superstar duo Sugarland and solo stars Taylor Swift and Brad Paisley.
They lead nominees for next month's 2009 CMT Music Awards. With 2.5 million votes cast, Sugarland gathered five nominations, while Paisley and Swift received four apiece. All of them will square off in the video of the year category, and will also perform at the show on June 16.
Fans can vote for their favorites at CMT.com until June 15. The star-studded show, which will also feature performances by Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, Toby Keith and Rascal Flatts, airs the next day at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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