Sugarland Voice Trouble Returns

The on-and-off voice troubles that have plagued Sugarland lead singer Jennifer Nettles over the last year have resurfaced, forcing the duo to cancel two planned appearances.

The duo had been slated to open one show apiece for Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban over the weekend. “I went into the studio between being out on the road, and I sang too much,” Jennifer explained in a July 20 video message to fans. “I blew my voice. It’s like a muscle, it’s like another part of your body that if you sprain it or strain it you have to heal it or else you will break it. And I don’t want to break it, because I want us to come back out there and see you.” Lady Antebellum filled in for Sugarland at Kenny’s San Francisco show, where fans were alerted about the cancellation as they arrived at the venue and offered refunds.

Comments

More News

Cross-genre duets with Little Big Town and Miranda Lambert are in the works.
All-star lineup including Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood and Kacey Musgraves to perform benefit concert.
Jason announces additional dates for Burn It Down Tour
He wrote Mark Chesnutt’s “Brother Jukebox” and Moe Bandy’s “Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life,” among many others.
Receives stitches on his face after incident at Bayou Mullet Festival in Niceville, Fla.
25 years of hits, 25 years of live shows, 25 years of Alan.