They wanted to do a love song dealing with teen tradgedy.
In other words, they were teenagers who were dating and he is killed in a car wreck one night and she is asking all the what ifs. What if he would have turned left instead of right?
Forever stuck like glue — Jennifer Nettles confirms Sugarland are, in fact, reuniting.A little more than four years after making the decision to part ways and pursue music independently, all the country music duo wants to do is to get back to writing for their fans.'I mean, there are no, there are no words for that kind of, of tragedy, and for the power of nature,' Suglarland band member Jennifer Nettles tried her best to describe it, saying that she wept when she first heard of the deaths.Moments before the country duo was to take the stage, a freak gust of wind took down the stage, immediately after officials gave fans instructions of a possible evacuation, though said that the concert organizers hoped the show would still go on.'And then the ceiling of the dressing room torqued and shuddered, and everyone went to the wall, because we didn't know what was happening, because we couldn't see, we're underneath.Miller, a former model who appeared in the video for the band's 2006 single "Want To" (watch it below) and attended the CMA Awards with Nettles earlier this month, have been dating for about two years.
Nettles' divorce from first husband Todd Van Sickle, a club owner, was final in March 2007.
Nettles, 37, wore Alexander Mc Queen (a la Kate Middleton, now Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge) at an intimate chapel ceremony that included bandmate Kristian Bush.
But the newlyweds will likely have to put their honeymoon plans on hold, as Sugarland will be performing at the Grammy Nomination Concert Live on Wednesday and and then hosting the CMA Country Christmas Special on Thursday.
What if she had said no and they never fell in love? I just wanted to know what the song was about and came across this info.
Thousands of loyal fans packed an Indiana field to see country band Sugarland perform last August, despite a darkening sky and increasingly strong winds crackling weather warnings through official's radios, who had just decided to evacuate the grandstands, when it fell.
And then, we all just all stood there, waiting to know what was happening. Obviously, once we realized what happened, everybody's on their radios, and it's madness,' Ms Nettles said.