Sugarland was on Sesame Street and sang a song called "Songs".
Sugarland won the CMA award for Vocal Duo of the Year in 2007.
Their second album is called Enjoy The Ride, which was released in 2006.
Sugarland's record label is Mercury Nashville.
Jennifer started writing songs and playing the guitar at age 17.
Kristian was born in Knoxville, Tennesse on March 14, 1970.
Sugarland took home the Duo Video of the Year for "Want To" at the 2007 CMT Music Video Awards.
At the 2007 CMT Awards, Sugarland performed the song "Stay."
Sugarland's album Enjoy the Ride went Platinum in 2007.
Jennifer grew up in the small town of Douglas, Georgia.
Jennifer is married to Todd Van Sickle.
In 2003, Jennifer was approached by Kristen Hall and Kristian Bush to join their band Sugarland.
Sugarland won the Favorite New Artist award at the 2005 AMA Awards.
Sugarland toured with Kenny Chesney in 2006.
Sugarland's first album is Twice The Speed of Life, released in 2004.
The song "Who Says You Can't Go Home" was originally sung by Bon Jovi and Keith Urban, but they both sounded too much alike so Bon Jovi sang it with Jennifer Nettles instead.
Recently, Sugarland's Kristen Hall decided to stop singing with Sugarland, but she kept writing some of their songs. The two that remained are Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush.
By only their fourth gig, Sugarland was selling out 1000 seat venues. Two weeks later, they signed a contract with Mercury Records.
Sugarland lead singer Jennifer Nettles sang a duet with Bon Jovi called "Who Said You Can't Go Home."
Sugarland made music videos for the songs "Down in Missisippi," "Something More," "Just Might (Make Me Believe)," "Baby Girl," "Want To," "Settlin'," "Stay", and "Everyday America."
Jennifer: I'm from the South and Country Music has been a part of my life forever. And we are really lucky as Sugarland to have the fans that we do. Every kind of music has its own style of fan, but Country Music, I believe, is special.
Kristian: (About his partnership with Jennifer) It feels like a gift, and I'm just thankful for it every day. Who else can you sit across from in a rocking chair when you're 70 and say, 'Hey, remember playing the Grammys? Do you remember when Paul McCartney came up and said, "Hey, I really dig your sound-check"'?
Jennifer: We all come from singer/songwriter backgrounds. We share some similar influences, but as a whole, we have diverse musical backgrounds. When we come together we complement each other and create an interesting and unique sound.
Kristian: It feels like the work of a lifetime.
Jennifer: Sugarland's music tells a story that people can relate to on a really human day-to-day level. But they're fun stories. They're light stories. It's music that's not taking itself too seriously.