Formed in 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia, Sugarland, the country rock duo of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush have sold numerous albums and clutched an armful of music awards.

Fresh from Nettles performing at Obama’s Inauguration Ball and hot on the heels of their third studio album Love On The Inside, Sugarland took to the road in 2009 to wow UK audiences for the first time with London and Glasgow gigs.

At the 2008 Academy of Country Music Awards, the duo was honored with the “Song and Single of the Year” for the touching and tender acoustic sensation “Stay.” Nettles made history that night by being the only female artist to have solo-written the ACM “Song Of The Year.” Their shelves are full of countless awards and number one singles since 2004 when they leapt onto the country scene with Twice the Speed of Life and its debut single “Baby Girl."