March 24, 2014 NASH Magazine – Jennifer Nettles: How Sweet It Is!

Jennifer Nettles couldn’t be more excited about her solo album That Girl, and the Sugarland lead singer shares her enthusiasm in this NASH cover section. “There were things that I wanted to show of myself as a songwriter and as a vocalist that I hadn't done, or on some ways, couldn’t do within Sugarland,” she says.

Jennifer also wanted to avoid making the same-sounding record as a Sugarland project. And she feels that she’s accomplished her mission with That Girl. “I’m enjoying the process of discovery,” she tells NASH. “Right now, I feel there is more that I want to say as a solo artist.”

Also, in this week’s NASH Q&A, you’ll find out how Dierks Bentley describes himself and how he likes to relax. Plus, get out and about with the stars with NASH On the Scene.

Check out the special 16-page NASH Magazine bonus insert inside the March 24 issue of Country Weekly.

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