Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles and Bon Jovi collaborated on a No.1 hit, but the two groups also performed a whole set of songs together during a TV taping in 2005.Ok I have got a question, just wondering if anyone can clear it up for me.I have heard that sugarlands song called STAY is about her affair she had with Jon, I don't want to offend anyone, just wondering what you guys think, thanks. In an interview with CMT (Country Music Television), Nettles explained that she wrote the song in 2003, and it was inspired by Reba Mc Entire's "Whoever's in New England," which is from the perspective of a wife whose husband is cheating on her.Nobody is happy in this situation."' "This was the most-watched video on in 2007.In an interview with CMT (Country Music Television), Nettles explained that she wrote the song in 2003, and it was inspired by Reba Mc Entire's "Whoever's in New England," which is from the perspective of a wife whose husband is cheating on her.Nettles wanted to write from the perspective of the 2 people doing the cheating.Said Nettles: "Even though the person who is cheating might think he or she is getting away with something, they know they aren't living their highest truth, and they wouldn't be in the situation if they were just happy-go-lucky in the first place.
The handsome rocker and Dorothea Hurley couldn't have looked less concerned about the upcoming publication of an explosive new book about his band.
The pop-country duo and the classic rock band got together at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom in August of 2005 to film an episode of .
They joined with the New Jersey rock legends for a performance that included Sugarland hits like “Baby Girl,” “Something More” and “Just Might (Make Me Believe),” as well as Bon Jovi classics “Livin’ On a Prayer,” “Wanted Dead or Alive,” “It’s My Life” and “Have a Nice Day.” Check out their performance of “Baby Girl” above.
The pair married in Las Vegas at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in 1989.
They were childhood sweethearts but in past interviews Bon Jovi has admitted to not always being as good a partner as he should have been in the early days.'I've not been a saint.