Lee Ann Womack Profiled In LA Times Feature!
- Created on Monday, 19 January 2015 17:00
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.
Additionally, LA Times reporter Randall Roberts included "Out On The Weekend" in his 'Essential Tracks' piece.
SUGAR HILL ARTISTS RECEIVE NODS FOR BEST COUNTRY AND BEST BLUEGRASS ALBUMS AT THE 57TH ANNUAL GRAMMY® AWARDS
- Created on Friday, 05 December 2014 23:51
Nashville, Tenn. (December 5, 2014) – Sugar Hill Records is thrilled to announce that Lee Ann Womack and Bryan Sutton have each been nominated for a GRAMMY® Award, Womack for Best Country Album and Sutton for Best Bluegrass Album. Awards will be given out at the 57th Annual GRAMMY® Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 8, 2015.
Black Prairie Announces New Album, FORTUNE
- Created on Monday, 27 January 2014 18:06
Black Prairie Follows Breakout Year with Cinematic, Hard Edged
New Album Fortune
(April 22nd / Sugar Hill Records)
Black Prairie’s third full-length record Fortune will be released on April 22nd via Sugar Hill Records. The album proves the band has outgrown its roots as a casual side-project of indie folk band The Decemberists, solidifying into a primary, creative focus for its members—a band with its own internal momentum, genuine character and style. “Making this record was the most collaborative and magical thing,” says founder Chris Funk. “I’m excited to play these songs live.”
Black Prairie’s music has been described as “the musical spirit that emanated from Big Pink in the late ’60” (Washington Post) and somewhere “between John Ford and David Lynch, homespun tales with sinister sub-plots” (Uncut), but Fortune is an unexpected departure. This group of accomplished musicians from Portland, Oregon - each steeped in traditional American acoustic music - has written what is essentially a rock record, and sometimes with a pretty hard edge. (The band sometimes performs around Portland as their ‘electric’ alter ego ‘White Tundra,’ complete with an 8-foot, handmade robotic Yeti -- it stood in the studio inspiring the band as they recorded this set of songs.)
DON WILLIAMS TO RELEASE REFLECTIONS
- Created on Friday, 10 January 2014 21:03
COUNTRY LEGEND DON WILLIAMS TO RELEASE REFLECTIONS
ON SUGAR HILL RECORDS ON MARCH 11TH
Country Music Hall of Famer Readies Anticipated Follow-Up To And So It Goes
Nashville, Tenn. (January 10, 2014) – The iconic “Gentle Giant,” country music’s Don Williams, is set to debut his new, 10-track studio album, Reflections, on March 11 via Sugar Hill Records. Williams, a Country Music Hall of Fame member, dominated for decades as a country hit maker and earned the name “the Gentle Giant” because of his unique blend of commanding presence and that laid-back, easy style—cutting across national and genre boundaries. Those personal and musical qualities that stood out strongly across the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s, came full circle both in 2012, as Williams delivered the masterful And So It Goes, and now, as he releases Reflections.
The Deep Dark Woods Emerge with Second Label Release, Jubilee, Produced By Folk-Revivalist Jonathan Wilson
- Created on Tuesday, 08 October 2013 21:32
Saskatchewan gothic-folk quintet The Deep Dark Woods—who’ve earned accolades including JUNO® Award and Americana Award nominations and wins at the Canadian Folk Music Awards and Western Canadian Music Awards—released their sophomore label album (and fifth overall), Jubilee, on Sept. 30 via Sugar Hill Records. The 13-track project was produced by L.A.-based folk revivalist Jonathan Wilson (Dawes, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Father John Misty), and it beautifully builds on the acclaimed psychedelic, electric-folk sound of The Deep Dark Woods’ previous efforts.
Recorded in a cabin in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains near Bragg Creek, Alberta, Jubilee journeys through folk and rock history, from California to the UK, from the 1970s to the present day. The album nods to genre pioneers such as The Byrds and Fairport Convention before heading into altogether new territory of soundscapes, and the results sound at once in and out of modern time.
Jubilee has been met with ample praise from critics, and here’s what some are saying:
“The Deep Dark Woods are a rare group who make the type of honest, timeless music that we don’t get the opportunity to hear much these days. Jubilee is their best album yet, and may very well be remembered as the most sincere release of 2013.”
Watch the Video for "Imagine That" from Don Williams
- Created on Wednesday, 05 December 2012 17:58
The Don Williams video for "Imagine That," featuring very special guest Keith Urban, has finally been released. The two came together for a low key, sit down session, which the video perfectly captures.
Click the picture below to watch now, or view here.
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