This is a pretty neat one... In case you haven't heard, longtime SugarHill Studios engineer Andy Bradley and veteran Houston music chronicler Roger Wood (whose book, Down in Houston, I've been wanting to read for a while now) collaborated on a new book about the history of SugarHill and its predecessor(?), Gold Star Studios.
It's called House of Hits: The Story of Houston's Gold Star/SugarHill Recording Studios, and the authors'll be at Sig's Lagoon tomorrow (Sat., April 10th) to sign copies of the book, while Psychedelic Sex Panther cranks out classics recorded at the legendary studio. The festivities'll be on from 2-5PM.
The party continues on Sunday, April 11th, over at The Continental Club, where a bunch of cool folks will be paying tribute to the studio & the music that's come out of there. Check out the flyer over there for the details...
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