Thursday, February 4, 2010


International country super-duo Sugarland will kick off their 2010 North American tour, The Incredible Machine April 23rd in Primm, NV and travel to over 55 cities nationwide. "This new tour is a thrill for me," said Jennifer Nettles. "It will reflect our latest writing and surprises to come for the new record, the hits that our fans love, along with the production value that people have come to trust and expect from our live shows." "Don't come if you expect to sit on your ass the whole show. You won't be able to. It's a whole, new, rhythmic, emotional, visual, fun, incredible, experience machine."
Tour Markets:
Primm, NV-4/23; Cooperstown, NY;
Lake Tahoe, NV; Canadiagua, NY;
Scranton, PA; Saratoga, NY;
Huntington, WV; Twin Lakes, WI-7/23;
Indio, CA; Eau Claire, WI-7/24;
Santa Barbara, CA; Kansas City, MO;
Concord, CA; Cheyenne, WY-7/30;
Bakersfield, CA; Minot, ND-7/31;
Murphy's, CA; Raleigh, NC;
Los Angeles, CA; Charlotte, NC;
Phoenix, AZ; St. Louis, MO;
Albuquerque, NM; Houston, TX;
Bossier City, LA; Dallas, TX;
Detroit, MI; Sioux Falls, SD;
Nampa, ID-5/6; Boston, MA;
Orange Beach, AL; London, Ontario;
Pelham, AL; Toronto, Ontario;
Salt Lake City, UT; Oklahoma City, OK;
Colorado Springs, CO; Southaven, MS;
Burgettstown, PA; Cleveland, OH;
State College, PA; Cincinnati, OH;
Camden, NJ; Louisville, KY-8/19;
Holmdel, NJ; Alpharetta, GA;
Gilford, NH; Indianapolis, IN-8/20;
Columbia, MD; Des Moines, IA;
West Palm Beach, FL; Charlottesville, VA;
Tampa, FL; Bristow, VA;
Hartford, CT; Virginia Beach, VA

* New Mercury Nashville duo, Coldwater Jane, recently released their first song to country radio, "Bring On The Love" and the single has garnered Most Added nods it's first two weeks. The duo, made up of sisters Leah Crutchfield and Brandon Jane, have always loved country music, so it was natural that they would come to the format as performers: "Growing up in the south, you can't help but listen to country music. And then I grew to love it, probably as a teenager, just like twelve, thirteen, fourteen. That was all I could think about, was getting out of Lucedale, MS and moving to Nashville and being a country and western singer."

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