In October of 2012, they were inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Bush co-founded Sugarland in 2002, signed with Mercury Records Nashville in 2004, and exploded onto the country music scene.
Sugarland began to pick up the pace and found the chemistry so dumbfounding.
Within four months since the band was formed, they landed club gigs and bigger venues that could draw more than 1,000 people.
The family eventually relocated to Knoxville and by the age of eleven, Bush agreed to play one season in the Knoxville Youth Symphony, before earning the right to lay the violin down for good and start learning the guitar.
While attending Emory University, Bush was the lead singer and guitarist in the rock band Storyteller, with fellow Emory students Chris "Tex" Nolter (bass, guitar) and Jon Slatkin (drums).