Moments later, a strong gust of wind toppled parts of the stage into the crowd — ultimately killing seven people, five of which were fans in the area the band designated for its most staunch supporters.
In the days and years following, Bush couldn't talk about the tragedy because of pending lawsuits.
In fear and horror, he watched as an enormous piece of concrete lifted into the air and swung into the door on the other side of Kristian Bush thought a bomb had detonated. In fear and horror, he watched as an enormous piece of concrete lifted into the air and swung into the door on the other side of the stage, destroying it and then blowing the debris down the hallway."It was a like a movie moment," said the singer softly, his eyes red and full of tears. 13, 2011, and Bush's duo, Sugarland, was in the midst of a tour promoting its "Incredible Machine" album.Before Sugarland's inception, she also fronted Atlanta-based bands called Soul Miner's Daughter and Jennifer Nettles Band.She also charted as a duet partner on the country version of rock band Bon Jovi's 2006 single "Who Says You Can't Go Home", a Number One hit on the Billboard country charts.But he didn't write about the dark place he was in his life; he wrote about the place he wanted to be — happy.The songs were like Post-it Notes that he put on his mirror to tell himself to keep going.She says most people don’t realize that even the person who is doing the cheating gets hurt as well.“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,” she says.Jennifer Odessa Nettles (born September 12, 1974) is an American country music singer, songwriter and actress.She is best known as the lead singer of the duo Sugarland alongside Kristian Bush.“You know, it was just in a couple of sittings on my couch,” she explains.“And once the first line came, ‘I’ve been sitting here staring at the clock on the wall.