Liz Longley Releases Critically Acclaimed Album, Debuts Exclusive Videos

Liz Longley’s Sugar Hill Records Release Debuts With Critical Acclaim
Videos Featured at CMT Edge and PopMatters

“She is, in my opinion, a superstar in the making. Move over Miranda and Kacey.
There’s a new girl in town." - 
Dallas Morning News

Nashville, Tenn. (March 26, 2015) - Liz Longley, the self-titled fourth studio album from singer/songwriter and dual-instrumentalist by the same name is available now on Sugar Hill Records. Released March 17th, the album has already garnered critical acclaim in Huffington Post, American Songwriter and Dallas Morning News, among others.

Of the album, American Songwriter muses “Longley combines elements of blues, country, pop, rock, folk and even R&B with the ease and confidence of an artist who has found her voice. Every track boasts a memorable musical or lyrical hook that feels natural and organic on a terrific album that, while not her debut, sounds like the start of an immensely promising career.”  


Corey Smith Releases "While The Gettin' Is Good," June 23rd, US Tour Planned for Summer 2015


10th Album Marks Growth for Singer-Songwriter 

Nashville, Tenn. (March 24, 2015) –  While The Gettin’ Is Good, the 10th album, from singer/songwriter, producer and guitarist, Corey Smith, is set to drop June 23rd on Sugar Hill Records.

This project marks the first time that the singer-songwriter and wildly popular touring artist, who has produced all of his past efforts, has turned over the reins to a bona fide country music producer in Keith Stegall, best known for his work with fellow Georgians Zac Brown Band and country icon Alan Jackson. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN, and Ronnie's Place in Nashville, TN, Smith is featured alongside musical heavy-hitters Mike Hines, Kris Dale, Lee Davis, Antwane McMullin, Eric Darken, Dan Dugmore, John Willis, Stuart Duncan and Sam Levin among others.


Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz & Aoife O'Donovan Announce Release of Single and Tour Collaboration

Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz & Aoife O'Donovan

Announce Release of Single & Video for "Crossing Muddy Waters"
European and North American 2015 "I'm With Her" Tour Dates Scheduled


Nashville, Tenn. (March 23, 2015) - Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O’Donovan – each a tour de force in their own right as mainstays in the folk and roots world – will release a 7 inch May 8 via Sugar Hill Records and Yep Roc Records, which is available now for preorder here. The vinyl features the John Hiatt tune “Crossing Muddy Waters," available digitally today on iTunes, and is backed with an a cappella version of Andy Stroud’s “Be My Husband.” An in-studio video of the trio recording the track "Crossing Muddy Waters” can be seen here


Sugar Hill Records Readies Exclusive Record Store Day Releases

 Sugar Hill Records Readies Exclusive Record Store Day Releases

Special pressings from Lee Ann Womack, Dolly Parton and Robert Earl Keen

out April 18th


Nashville, Tenn. (March 10, 2015)Sugar Hill Records is pleased to announce that it will unveil three new, exclusive releases for Record Store Day (April 18). The varied offerings include two vinyl re-issues from Dolly Parton and Robert Earl Keen and a brand new vinyl from Lee Ann Womack.



Lee Ann Womack's TROUBLE IN MIND; Record Store Day Limited 3-Song Vinyl

Lee Ann Womack’s Trouble In Mind

Limited 3-Song Vinyl w Richard Bennett for Record Store Day April 18

(Nashville, Tenn.) — March 6, 2015 — Lee Ann Womack wanted to do something special for Record Store Day, something that would strip the music down to its essence. Talking with husband/producer Frank Liddell, they decided to use one voice/one instrument. They called on Mark Knopfler/Steve Earle vet Richard Bennett, who brought several of his vintage guitars. The pair recorded several songs in an afternoon – and picked the best three for Trouble In Mind, a limited edition 12” vinyl.

“I think independent record stores are so important,” Womack says. “It’s the last temple of music you can take home... A place where people come looking for the rare, for the special or even just the record they have to buy one more time. But I love the idea of people selling records, talking about what’s on them, getting turned on to cool music."


Lee Ann Womack Profiled In LA Times Feature!


The Los Angeles Times dedicated a full music feature to GRAMMY nominee, Lee Ann Womack! 

In the feature, Lee Ann talks about how Best Country Album nominated The Way I'm Livin' is different, signing with Sugar Hill and modeling her career after Willie Nelson's.

Full article here.

Additionally, LA Times reporter Randall Roberts included "Out On The Weekend" in his 'Essential Tracks' piece.

Lee Ann Womack