In addition to sharing messages of hope & light with her music, Jennifer Nettles reveals her new role of Mrs. Mom during quarantine!
Jennifer Nettles has blessed us with a number of inspiring and uplifting anthems throughout her career, from “Shine The Light” as half of the duo Sugarland, to her latest rendition of the beloved musical number “Tomorrow.” In collaboration with musical theater maven Alex Lacamoire, Jennifer had been working on an arrangement of theater songs ahead of the Coronavirus outbreak. “We finished on March 12th with the song Tomorrow being the last song in the last session of the last day… this happened to be the day that we also found out that Broadway was going dark due to gathering restrictions and for health and safety,” Jennifer explained in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife.com. The next day, the singer decided to release “Tomorrow” to give the world a much-needed message of hope and a reminder of our resilience.
“We’ve been through hard times before and great leaders have been inspired from it and wonderful community has been forged because of it. We’ll get back to the wonderful everyday activities that we love and celebrate each other, birthdays, holidays and weddings and all those things again,” she said. In addition to her new music, Jennifer spoke to HL about homeschooling her 7-year-old son and how she’s living life in quarantine.
What are you binge watching during the quarantine? I am binge watching absolutely nothing because I have a seven-year-old who is doing distance learning, which is like a version of homeschooling. Doing that and then if you add that into me trying to get out for a walk or a bike ride to move my body and not go crazy every day, then if you add to that maybe doing a little bit of work like us on the phone and anything creative, there’s no tim