Your first chance to hear new music from Sugarland will likely be on the road

ABC/Image Group LA Sugarland wowed the audience at this week’s Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, as they reunited to do classics like “Baby Girl,” “All I Wanna Do” and “Stuck Like Glue,” at Wednesday’s Big Machine luncheon.

Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush also played their current single, “Still the Same,” which is the first taste of their new album that’s coming sometime this year.

The two head into the studio to work on the record later this month, and Jennifer expects your first chance to hear more new music will likely be on the road. The Georgia native also assures fans they’ll get to hear the Sugarland tunes they know and love.

“Obviously all the hits that you have enjoyed from Sugarland over the years,” she says, revealing what she and Kristian will play. “And then we’re in the writing process right now and about to go into the studio and so we’ll be playing all the new stuff too.  All the hits that you love and all the new stuff that you can dance to.”

Sugarland’s Still the Same Tour kicks off May 4 in Durant, Oklahoma.

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