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Sugarland Makes Nashville Tour Stop, Debuts New Video


Super duo Sugarland rolled its "Incredible Machine Tour" into Music City last weekend and received rave reviews from fans and critics alike.
"Jennifer Nettles, pretty much ruled the evening," said CMT's Edward Morris. "With her big glistening eyes darting everywhere, she conveyed the illusion she was singing to everyone individually."
Along with "Baby Girl," "All I Wanna Do" and other all-time hits, Nettles and parter Kristian Bush also performed their new single, an 80s-inspired balled called "Tonight." Bush revealed the audience's "energy...carries the song to a new place."
"We were inspired in writing this song by the emotional longing we heard in the soundtracks of iconic 80's movies like the Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink and Say Anything,” said Bush.
The music video for "Tonight" debuted on iTunes April 19 and is now streaming on AOL
Nettles also recently announced the beginning of the Attic Community Playground Online Auction. Fans can bid on chances to see some of country's biggest names. Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, Sheryl Crow and more contributed to the auction.
To bid on the prizes, fans can click here. Sugarland's "Incredible Machine Tour" will soon hit cities like Evansville, Chicago, Minneapolis and Cleveland. For a complete list of tour dates, fans can visit