It all started in Douglas, Georgia, where Jennifer Nettles grew up singing at school assemblies, church and in community theater in the late '70s. After graduating from college in 1997 she formed the Jennifer Nettles Band and released three studio albums. She is best known as the lead vocalist for the international superduo, Sugarland. Since they exploded onto the music scene in 2004, they have sold over 14 million albums worldwide, had eight #1 singles and have won three Grammys and six CMA Awards. She even won five ASCAP awards for her songwriting, and individually won a Grammy Award, ACM Award and CMA Award for writing her platinum-selling hit, “Stay.” She was honored at the 2009 ACM Awards with the “Crystal Milestone Award” for being the first woman since 1972 to be the solo songwriter on an ACM “Song of the Year.” She performed “That Girl” from her solo debut album on The Ellen Show in September 2013.