The 26th annual Houston Press Music Awards is once again celebrating the city's local thriving music scene. Over 100 bands have been nominated to receive a Houston Press Music Award, representing the various different genres and talent our city has to offer.
Earlier this year (May 2014) Texas Monthly writer, Michael Hall stopped by the studios to check out what all the fuss was about. Guess he liked what he saw because he wrote us up as one of the landmarks music-loving visitors should check out alongside other cool Houston music establishments.
Legendary Dokken guitarist George Lynch, vocalist Oni Logan, bassist Robbie Crane and drummer Brian Tichy, supported by percussionist Tyson Sheth, play a one-of-a-kind acoustic Lynch Mob set.
We Were Wolves is a loud explosive rock group from the heart of Texas. Fueled by a passion for music and a relentless work ethic, the Wolves thrive on charged live performances.
By day John Stirratt and Patrick Sansone sell thousands of albums, tour the world with indie juggernaut Wilco and lend their writing, playing and producing abilities to dozens of high-profile recordings.
Blanco,TX-based guitar/drum duo The Ghost Wolves call their sound “rabid rock & roll”, and like their recorded work, the band’s live show is explosive.
The Houston Symphony will celebrate its centennial in 2013 and is inviting the public to a free Day of Music in collaboration with the city's diverse musical community.
Proud as we may be of our heritage here at SugarHill Recording Studios, I think we're guilty of forgetting from time to time just how hallowed these walls have become over the years. Nothing quite reminds you to celebrate your place in history like dusting of the metaphorical photo albums ...
On Monday, July 23rd SugarHill welcomed the American touring cast of Disney’s The Lion King to Studio A!