If for some reason can not Sugarland albums or singles, you can always rely on their incredible live shows. The country duo has been rocking stages for years, but maybe just ride their biggest tour yet, The Incredible Machine Tour. We "Debbie Appel met the couple a Grammy winner (singer Jennifer Nettles and guitarist Kristian Bush) for an update about life on the road.
USA: How to maintain the performance of the energy and chemistry after the performance?
JN: One, we love music
KB: Secondly, we love each other!
JN: And third, despite playing a similar set every night, the audience is different and they are listening for the first time. Our experience with them is unique.
U.S.: What is different about the tour he is doing now?
KB: In the past, we covered a record before it was released. Now we’re playing after the fans know it! We are seeing the machine comes to life.
U.S.: How is this personal album for you?
JN: The stories are not necessarily ours, but the emotions within them are personal. This is the album they were destined to write. It feels authentic. That allows us to celebrate our heritage and history. There are a lot of courage and bravery of an artistic standpoint.
U.S.: Due to the personal nature of the songs, is there to be choked or makes you laugh and smile every time you sing?
JN: Incredible Machine is a beautiful mystery, and I love performing it every night. It has to be massaged or beaten or processed in a certain way. We were not thinking, ‘What will work for the listener? It was just, ‘What do you feel? We were in a musical that I hope to visit again. This song makes me feel a lot more than what I think of myself as an artist and writer.
KB: We have been told what I wanted to sound. In a strange way, it teaches me every day. They are just parts of it do not understand.
U.S.: Do you have a song that feels it has become an anthem for a lot of single women?
JN: I would say that the song we did with Matt Nathanson called “Run.” I loved writing with him and respect him as an artist. The song was fun and I felt connected to it. I do not really listen to our own things, but when I hear that I think “Oh, yes – it’s really good!”
KB: When we started playing “Little Miss,” I was like, ‘Man, I like to play the song. “I guess it moves to the fans.
U.S.: What is your favorite part of the concert?
JN: I love it when people scream along. We knew these songs would be played live in large venues. We wanted something that became a common experience and something the public can have fun participating in, instead of singing. There are parts where the audience plays a role.
KB: I like the tension in the beginning of the series and repetition. As a fan, I am aware of the “do not know what will happen next” moments.
U.S.: What was the last concert they both went to?
JN: U2 in Nashville. I look at the dates differently now. Before I went to the concert and the dream of being in them. Now I understand the logistics of it. I also wonder, ‘How I can measure, and how does this person up? “
KB: Mine was Bonnaroo. It was a long day and I was pretty tired of being beaten into submission just being a fan instead of constantly having the “I’m looking to learn from you ‘eyes’. I also took lots of notes!
USA: Who are some of the most interesting celebrity fans who have come to their programs?
KB: I spent the night before because of Katee Sackhoff from Battlestar Galactica tweeted, “I can not wait to go to the fair Sugarland. I replied asking if I needed a parking space for your spaceship! When we said,” I jumped out of bed I was very excited. “People do not like to admit they are fans of country, because traditionally people will say: “I love all music except country music. “Once a celebrity has revealed that a fan of country music and a concert are shown, they are really out of the closet! We are the gateway drug in country music.