Sugar Hill Records Alumni

by PopMatters Staff

2 October 2006

 

“Sugar Hill’s early recordings possessed an aural purity that met people’s hunger for authenticity and also seemed fresh and new. There was something honest about the sounds of the banjo, dobro, fiddle, and mandolin, and the way they mixed together.”—Steve Horowitz—PopMatters feature, “Sugar Hill Records: 25 Years and Going Strong”.

Tony Rice (guitar), Jerry Douglas (dobro), Sam Bush (mandolin), Mark O’Connor (fiddle)—“Wonder Where You Are Tonight”

Doc Watson, Ricky Skaggs & Friends—“Tennessee Stud”

Guy Clark—“L.A. Freeway”

Ricky Skaggs, Jerry Douglas & Friends—“Wheel Hoss”

Sonny Landreth—“All About You”

Sam Bush and Friends—“Molly and Tenbrooks”

Tim O’Brien, Ronnie McCoury & Chris Thile—“Bluegrass Stomp”

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