Jennifer Nettles Tour New And Updates
Country songstress and former Sugarland member Jennifer Nettles is already making some pretty big waves as a solo artist. Her latest hit, “Unlove You,” is a beautiful, somber ballad off of her upcoming second album. It conjures up memories of some of her most powerful vocal performances with Sugarland, and is sure to be a huge seller. In fact, wherever you live, you won’t want to miss Nettles and her live rendition of “Unlove You” when her tour comes to town. Her first stop will be in New York, NY at the Beacon Theater on Wednesday, January 20. Tickets to the opening show are currently priced as low as $50.
For nearly a decade, Jennifer Nettles gained fame as the lead vocalist for the band Sugarland, but she embarked on an all new project last year: a solo career. Why Nettles may have parted (indefinitely) from the other half her enormously popular group, partner Kristian Busch, her bubbly disposition and show-stopping vocals are still a constant. Adoring fans can't get enough of Nettles as she visits venues across the country on her first solo tour in support of novel album, "That Girl." You've seen her on award shows, but now is your chance to see this fantastic performer on a stage near you, with Jennifer Nettles tickets!
Jennifer Nettles has 19 dates left on her solo tour and tickets are quite affordable for a star of her magnitude. She'll hit Atlanta ($51 min.), New York ($31 min.), Chicago ($64 min.), Los Angeles ($56 min.), and Austin ($65 min.), before partaking in the Stagecoach Music Festival on April 25. The brassy-voiced songstress is always excited to play favorites from her former project, so you can expect to hear songs like "Baby Girl", "Something More" and "All I Want to Do" as well songs she's written for other artists such as The Band Perry's "Better Dig Two" and Miranda Lambert's "Mama's Broken Heart".
The Georgia native is known to have a magnetic personality, teeming with southern charm and twang, and she's collaborated with some of music's best: including Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Bon Jovi, John Legend, James Taylor and countless others. Since being nominated for a Grammy in 2006, Nettles and Sugarland have garnered numerous CMAs, ACMs and Grammys for their influence in propelling country music into the popular crossover genre it is today.