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article imageSugarland's Kristian Bush makes Grand Ole Opry debut as solo act

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 22, 2014 in Music
Country star Kristian Bush (best known from the hit duo Sugarland) made his solo debut at the Grand Ole Opry on July 18.
He was courageous enough to take the microphone on the hallowed Opry stage and he introduced his solo music and new material to the audience.
"I feel so grateful, to the Opry for inviting me, to the audience who heard me use my voice, and to my brother for joining me in both writing this song and performing it on such a hallowed stage. It was an amazing experience, like a roller coaster I want to get back on," Bush said in a press statement.
Bush performed his new single "Trailer Hitch," which will be sent to the radio airwaves on July 28. A few weeks prior, as Digital Journal reported, he released a lyric video for the song.
It was followed by a vocal performance of "Southern Gravity," a love song dedicated to the South. Both of these songs will be featured on his forthcoming solo debut album, on which he collaborated with veteran producer Byron Gallimore.
As a solo artist, Bush is signed to Streamsound Records. In 2011, he founded his publishing company and songwriting collective, Songs of the Architect. With Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles, they have sold over 22 million albums worldwide and they have won practically every country music award out there from Grammys to American Music Awards to Country Music Association (CMA) to Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards.
For more information on Kristian Bush and his solo endeavors, visit his website.
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