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“Jennifer Nettles, lead singer, songwriter and charmingly take-charge performer of the sweet and sassy duo known as Sugarland, is upfront about her band”
“Jennifer Nettles, lead singer, songwriter and charmingly take-charge performer of the sweet and sassy duo known as Sugarland, is upfront about her band's latest record.”
“The problem lies not in Sugarland's lyrics (alternately spunky and thoughtful), or in frontwoman Jennifer Nettles (adorable, despite her penchant for over-singing), but in their influences: Blondie, Bon Jovi, Katrina and the Waves, Carrie Underwood and U2.”
“Sugarland is the only elementary school in the region to use SIOP schoolwide, and the benefits are clear, Robinson said.”
“Machine" opens up a new front in Sugarland's war on Nashville complacency, exploding the boundaries between country, pop and arena rock in new and ultimately unpleasant ways.”
“Here are some wonderful recordings, from Saturday night, at a workshop in Sugarland, Texas, a performance of Byrd's Mass for Four Voices, by the St. Theresa Schola, Director, Dr. Gregory Hamilton.”
“Blind partisanship is not a uniquely Republican trait – it just so happens that in Sugarland, TX, as leery as voters are of DeLay, they are more leery of a Democrat.”
“Since he still has a house in Sugarland, I believe the Judge considers him a Texas resident.”
“I still email people in Sugarland the story about “whacko”.”
“I would imagine some churches in Sugarland Texas would be interested in this information.”
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