Recently Houston First created a new installment in their award winning advertising campaign to market Houston as a Tourist destination. Their newest commercial stars The Suffers and features the tune “Good Day” off their newly released album as the soundtrack. Great tune, but way longer than :30. Zenfilm director W. Ross Wells looked to SugarHill’s Dan […]
We recently opened SugarHill’s doors to the community for a “quality hang”. The Houston Chronicle’s Andrew Dansby wrote this article about the event and our 74 year (and counting) history. Thank you Andrew! http://www.houstonchronicle.com/entertainment/music/article/Legendary-SugarHill-studio-opens-doors-for-rare-6106367.php#/0
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.
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
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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.
The June 17th issue of Zest features SugarHill Recording artist Johnny Nash as their cover story and highlights his extensive musical career and not only as just the man who made you see clearly now.
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 […]
In mid-1963, Arnett Cobb, considered the father of the Texas tenor saxophone sound, recorded an unreleased album with another saxophone giant of the jazz world, Don Wilkerson. The masters of the recording were lost and were only recently discovered in the Gold Star/SugarHill vault in 1998!