Magnus Hamilton Miller is the first son of singer Jennifer Nettles.
Mother Jennifer Nettles, About Her
She was born on September 12, 1974. She is a songwriter, singer, actress, and record producer and the duo Sugarland lead vocalist with her partner Kristian Bush.
She was born in Douglas, Georgia, United States, and lived her childhood days in the same town.
She graduated from Coffee High School. In 1997 she graduated in Sociology and Anthropology from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.
A Hit Music Career
As a child, she was into music and performed in school assemblies. She also showed her talents in her Southern Baptist church and community theaters.
While she was in college, she formed a band duo Soul Miner's Daughter with Cory Jones and released two albums, The Sacred and Profane in 1996 and Hallelujah in 1998
Jennifer Nettles Band was formed, including four other members, and they won the grand prize "The Big Deal $100,000 Music Search" from more than 2000 bands, an event presented by Mars Music.
In 2003, Nettles formed Sugarland with Kristen Hall and Kristian Bush. Hall left the band in 2006 while the other two continued releasing their albums.
In 2006 they were nominated for a Grammy award in the Best New Artist category. They also performed at the Grammys that year.
In December 2008, the band received three Grammy Award nominations.
It grabbed the awards for Best Country Song and Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group.
She duets with rock band Bon Jovi, "Who Says You Can't Go Home." It managed to reach the top spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. They both won a Grammy for Best Country Vocal Collaboration in 2007.
That Girl, First Solo Album
May 2013, she started to work on her solo album and released it in 2014 called "That girl." Her first solo single, "That Girl," was released in August 2013.
She made her international solo debut at the C2C: Country to Country festival in 2017 march.
She released "King of the City" on the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attack telling the story of the tragedy.
Nettles is a social activist
She has used her talent, time and supported nonprofit organizations. She raised $120,000 for Shalom foundation.
In 2008 she made an organization, Common Threads, a series of musical events that enables artists to share music and raise money for charities.
They raised funds for the American Cancer Society, American Liver Foundation, Honor the Earth, and Intercultural Family Services.
She released the song I can do hard things and started the hashtag #ICanDoHardThings to celebrate Women's History Month.
For women empowerment where she posts about the brave and incredible women in the past.
In her posts, she honors these women writing about their impacts on the world and talks highly about feminism.
She has also supported the LGBT community and talked about Black Lives Matter in her recent Instagram posts.
Divorced and remarried
She was married to Todd Van Sickle, the former owner of Decatur, Georgia's live music venue. they got married in 1998 and divorced in 2007.
She started dating Justin Miller in 2009. Justin is a former model and entrepreneur.
They first met during the music video shoot for Sugarland's song "Want to " while they lay on a bed together for the video.
The couple did not date for two years of knowing each other.
After two years of dating, they got married on November 26, 2011, in East Tennessee hosting a small sunset wedding ceremony.
She wore an Alexander McQueen gown.
Adorable family celebrates Halloween
She posted this picture on Halloween with her son and husband, where they all have skeleton makeup. The family is adorable.
Net worth and income sources
Little Magnus is not yet working, but his mother's net worth is $20 million, and her income source is music and acting.
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- He was born on December 6, 2012, making him eight years old.
- His weight and height are unknown since he is a growing child.
- He is a Sagittarius.
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