Jennifer Nettles announces Christmas livestream

Tickets on sale now

Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles is set to host a Christmas livestream on Wednesday, December 23rd at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT. Tickets for Hallelujah Anyway are available now for $14.99 each via her Shopify store, and can be gifted so a friend can watch with you.

“So excited to announce my Hallelujah Anyway livestream event on 12/23 at 7PM CT – a very different holiday show, for a very different year ? Bring your glass of wine and help me celebrate the end of 2020,” she shares on social media.

No other details were released as of press time.

Nettles recently re-teamed with Bon Jovi for a country version of “Do What You Can.” The song, written by Jon Bon Jovi in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, quickly became an anthem for the collective experience the world was experiencing. A new video featuring Jon Bon Jovi and Nettles on the streets of New York City was also available.

Nettles and Sugarland partner Kristian Bush have recorded their next album, set for release by Big Machine Label Group. Bush says the album was recorded following the 2019 CMA Awards, but the label has yet to release it.

“I have no idea when they’re going to release it now,” he tells us exclusively during a pandemic-quarantine interview for The Music Universe Podcast. “I’m not sure when it is coming. I thought it was going to come in September, but now they’ve decided to push pause on that — and that’s fine with me. Whatever we best need to do to give both fans, but also the music, the best chance to find the most ears, that’s fine with me.”

In the meantime, Nettles is a celebrity judge on TBS’ Go-Big Show, an hour-long extreme talent competition, that was recently picked up for a full season. Snoop Dogg, Rosario Dawson, and “The American Nightmare” Cody are co-celebrity judges. Comedian Bert Kreischer hosts the show that films on a set in Macon, GA.

Go-Big Show showcases supersized talents on a scale never before seen on television. Featuring monster trucks, alligator trainers, stunt archery and other radical feats, the program celebrates daring acts alongside personal, behind-the-scenes stories from the challengers as they battle head-to-head to impress the judges and advance toward the finale’s ultimate $100,000 prize.

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