Longtime SugarHill family members, Keith Houk and Paul Schneider from the University of Houston brought famed film and television director, Michael Grossman (Firefly, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Nickelodeon, The Others), by the studio for a tour. We had a great hang, and hope that Michael will visit again soon. Oh, and Michael, SugarHill is available for location shoots… just sayin! (left to right, […]
Grammy Award winner, Ledisi records vocals in Studio A. Engineered by Jeremy Rojas.
Kid Ink records vocals in Studio A 14 hour session. Engineered by Josh Applebee
Recorded by John Griffin Produced by Kevin Ryan
Analogue Escape, is a production trio consisting of Michael Hobdy, Russell Guess, and Justin Lewis.
Frank Black, lead singer of influential rock band, The Pixies, arrived at SugarHill Recording Studios after a recent Houston performance, to track 2 songs in Studio A.
On this day Sofia began her internship at the studios which led to her employment as Studio Manager.
The legacy of SugarHill Recording Studios is now documented for posterity with the release of the book, House of Hits: The Story of Houston’s Gold Star/SugarHill Recording Studios.
Houston native and music legend Johnny Nash made a long awaited return to music after a spotlight hiatus, at SugarHill Recording Studios
Naturally, The Rolling Stones connection to SugarHill started with a song . In 1964 the band covered “Oh Baby (We’ve Got A Good Thing Goin’)” on their album Rolling Stones Now!. The song was penned Barbara Lynn whose hit “You’ll Lose A Good Thing” was produced by SugarHill’s Huey Meaux and topped the Billboard charts […]