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Sugarland's Pop-Country Blend Comes to Cruzan

Sugarland's Grammy-winning country team of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush is building anticipation for a new album, The Incredible Machine, set for release this month. Still skirting the line between country and pop, the steampunk-themed album has already gained traction via single "Stuck Like Glue." Nettles shows her Rasta side on the track, believe it or not, which again exhibits how this partnership has become one of the most original to hang hats within the genre. Also along for the show are the sweeping four-part harmonies of Little Big Town as well as rising Nashville talent Randy Montana.

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