Andrew Karnavas, Live From SugarHill, July 2nd

Posted by on Jun 25, 2009

(For easy access to the podcast, click on the above image) LIVE FROM SUGARHILL EPISODE VI AIRS JULY 2, 2009, 7 P.M. CST    Episode six features Andrew Karnavas and The Freddie Steady 5  (HOUSTON, TX) June 25, 2009 – Live From SugarHill’s July episode will feature solo artist Andrew Karnavas and 60s garage rock legends The Freddie Steady 5. The hour-long program includes short sets by each guest and candid interviews with Rosa Guerrero (KTRU’s Mutant Hardcore show) and award-winning record producer, Dan Workman. Community guest and ‘audience of one’ for Episode VI is Chris Gray, music editor for The Houston Press, a weekly publication with almost 645,000 readers and more than 2 million online hits each month. Live from SugarHill, Episode VI airs on July 2, 2009 at 7p.m. CST. This episode also brings in a new webhost and audio stream partner, OutboundMusic. WHAT: Live From SugarHill Episode VI featuring Andrew Karnavas and The Freddie Steady 5 WHEN: Thursday, July 2, 2009 7p.m. to 8p.m. CST. Visit http://www.outboundmusic.com/lfsh MORE: For more information contact Gina Miller at 713.926.4431 ext. 1102 or 713.858.8883 For more on Andrew Karnavas visit: http://www.andrewkarnavas.com For more on The Freddie Steady 5 visit: http://www.myspace.com/freddiesteady For more on Zenfilm visit: http://www.zenfilm.com For more on Outbound Music visit: http://www.outboundmusic.com About SugarHill Recording Studios The oldest continually operating recording studio in Texas is nestled in a southeast Houston neighborhood that over time has been home to legendary producers, record labels, and artists who’ve produced some of the most historically important and widely recognized musical recordings. Beginning the legacy in 1946, musician Harry Choates, with producer Bill Quinn, laid tracks for the Cajun classic “Jole Blon” for Gold Star Records. Blues icon Lightnin’ Hopkins recorded soon thereafter. In the 1950’s the studio hosted Pappy Dailey’s D label, George Jones cut “Why Baby Why?” and the Big Bopper recorded “Chantilly Lace.” Willie Nelson, Bobby Bland and Arnett Cobb recorded sessions. In 1960s, the Sir Douglas Quintet tracked “She’s About a Mover.” The mid-1970s introduced Crazy Cajun producer Huey P. Meaux and his work with Freddy Fender and Clifton Chenier. Since the 1980s, SugarHill has hosted Tejano artist Little Joe, country great Johnny Bush, and urban powerhouse Beyoncé. Zenfilm is a nationally recognized film production company and HD post boutique based in Houston, TX. The creation of long time producer/director team Merideth Melville and W. Ross Wells, Zen has experienced...

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6.12.09 — The Listening Room (with The Spring Standards)

Posted by on Jun 8, 2009

The Listening Room has invited me to open for The Spring Standards!  Bob Schneider and Ian Moore have both played here, so I’m excited to be following in their footsteps.  The Spring Standards are an excellent band from New York City known for their CSN-like harmonies.  This show will also be recorded live, so don’t miss your chance to be there, it will be a unique music experience. Click on the flyer to purchase tickets online, or you can visit Cactus Music in...

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