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She’s salt of the earth, I love her.” It would seem that Hall is content staying behind-the-scenes, sharing her writing talents when she’s feeling creative.
Were she to release a full-length under her own name, her decades of musical experience would probably translate pretty well.
READ MORE: When asked about what Hall brought to Sugarland, Nettles called her “a decent songwriter,” and when further questioned about Hall’s contributions, Nettles said, “She had the wherewithal and smarts to call me [to join the band].” According to the records that were released from the proceedings, Hall was becoming increasingly unhappy during Sugarland’s relentless 2003-2005 touring schedule.
An occupational therapist was hired as a stopgap, but it wasn’t enough, causing Hall to leave.
So what ever happened to the phantom third member of Sugarland?
Hall, Bush and Nettles were regulars at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia, a staple of Georgia’s Americana scene, just outside of Atlanta.
But for now, retiring with millions in the bank doesn’t sound too bad, either.
After the original duo had brought Nettles on as a lead singer, the trio began working on their debut album, , which was released two years after the group formed.Members Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush officially confirmed the news during a recent Facebook Live chat.According to the singer-songwriters, they've already been working on new music in the studio.This sort of immediate success is extremely rare, so why would the band’s founding member leave amidst such wild success?A few months after the group released “Just Might (Make Me Believe)” as a single — notably the only one Hall wrote on her own — Sugarland released a strange statement. 17, 2006, it read, “Kristen has decided that she wants to stay home and write songs, and we support her in that decision.” The change was effective immediately, and the band played their next show without Hall.