What to Do Tonight: Sugarland


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Country superstars in every sense of the word, Sugarland (singer Jennifer Nettles and guitarist Kristian Bush) have scored three platinum albums in five years. It all started with 2004’s “Baby Girl,” and they’ve been burning up the charts ever since with a string of hits, including “Stay,” “It Happens,” and “Already Gone.” With her nasally twang, the spunky and charismatic Nettles is one of country music’s most distinctive voices. In concert, she and the equally exuberant Bush look like they’re having the time of their lives. They aren’t your typical country band, covering R.E.M. and the Jackson 5 and occasionally soaring above the audience in giant inflatable bubbles. Hopefully, they’ll play a sampling of songs from their next album, The Incredible Machine (which is due in October), when they come to Blossom Music Center at 7:30 p.m. Luke Bryan and Danny Gokey open. Tickets range from $26 to $49.75. —Tierney Smith

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