Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles Reveals Details on Solo Project

“I have had the deep desire to share other parts of myself.”

While the future of the duo Sugarland is a mystery, one thing that isn't is Jennifer Nettles’ plan for her solo project.

In a new post on her blog, Jennifer reveals that many of the songs for the album were written in the past two years.

“A bulk of those were written within the last nine months,” she writes. “I had such a blast calling up old friends to come and write together. I also loved meeting and writing with new and talented writers, with whom I’d never collaborated. And, I enjoyed the solitary creations with just me and a piano.”

She also shares the reason behind the solo project, writing, “Even with all of our success, I have had the deep desire to share other parts of myself. To prove some things to myself. And, to just simply shake it up and do something different, perhaps scary, and certainly fresh and new.”

No release date has been set for Jennifer’s solo project, but she does add that she'll be updating fans with more details on her blog.

We can’t wait to hear it!

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