Kristian Bush, one half of country music super-duo Sugarland, sold out his two solo Thanksgiving shows at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA so quickly that for the first time, he is adding an encore performance on Monday, Nov. 26, by popular demand.


“I’ve been a songwriter my entire life, and Eddie’s is the club where I got my start, so I’m happy to keep on playing for as long as people want to listen,” Bush says. “I’m thrilled so many fans want to ring in their holiday season with this show that means so much to me.”


He is also announcing his special guests: Frequent collaborator Ellis Paul and Mercury Records newcomer Canaan Smith join him Nov. 25, and Smith along with singer-songwriter Patrick Davis will sit in on Nov. 26


Tickets will go on sale for the encore performance of “Kristian Bush and Friends” this Friday, Oct. 12 at 9am ET through the venue’s website,


Bush, an award winning songwriter, is making his third appearance on the CMA Songwriter Series when it returns to Nashville on Wednesday, Oct 31 (9:00 PM/CT) at Marathon Music Works as part of Country Music Month’s promotions and events leading up the annual CMA Awards on Thursday, Nov 1 where Bush is nominated for CMA Vocal Duo of the Year with his partner Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland.


Bush has been leaving his mark on music for the past 22 years.  He is a Grammy Award-winning songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who started his career with folk rock duo Billy Pilgrim in the early 90s. As one half of Country Music duo Sugarland, he has garnered five CMA Vocal Duo of the Year Awards, exceeded sales of more than 22 million units, and garnered eight No. 1 singles. An accomplished producer and songwriter, Bush is responsible for hits such as “Baby Girl,” “All I Want To Do,” and “Stuck Like Glue,” all recorded by Sugarland. In 2011, Bush founded the music publishing company and songwriting collective Songs of the Architect, and his recent producing/songwriting collaborations include Boys Like Girls frontman Martin Johnson and Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale, as well as up-and-comers including Canaan Smith, Lauren Alaina, Jaida Dreyer and Alana Springsteen.


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