The Sugarland singer is the latest big name to be cast in the Dolly Parton biopic.
Gay marriage is now officially legal in all 50 states. Many artists were quick to share their thoughts on social media. Read all the tweets!
“Be comfy in your own skin. It’s all we got ladies!”
Reba McEntire and Jennifer Nettles share a lover on “Enough,” a new song off Reba’s forthcoming studio album ‘Love Somebody.’
The country duo, concert promoter and 16 defendants will pay $39 million to settle the lawsuit claims from the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
Jennifer Nettles is leaving country for Broadway. At least for a little while.
Jennifer Nettles credits her time in 4-H for helping to develop her performing skills.
When gearing up for the GRAMMY Awards last year, Radio.com interviewed songwriter Ali Tamposi whose “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” garnered three GRAMMY nominations including Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance by Kelly Clarkson.
“The resounding message here is authenticity. Within the gay community, the courage it takes to be one’s authentic self – even if you’re viewed as different – is inspiring.”
“I didn’t want to do a solo project out of a dislike for Sugarland. I love that music. And yet there’s something else that I think I need to prove to myself and share something different with my fans, too.”