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Live From SugarHill Studios - Episode 9

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Published on Oct 26, 2009

Johnny Bush and Roy Head, legendary Texas performers perform their hits.... and things get a bit out of hand... but that's live TV...

Singer/songwriter Johnny Bush's set includes his huge hit "Whiskey River. Roy Head performs his #2 rock hit from 1965 "Treat Her Right" in the same studio where it was recorded 44 years ago...a great SugarHill moment...not without surprises.

On this episode, SugarHill chief engineer Andy Bradley celebrates his 25th year at the studio. Andy interviews guests along with host and award-winning record producer, Dan Workman.

Community guest and 'audience of one' is Andrew Dansby. Dansby is a Kentucky native and former New York resident who survived stints in the film and book publishing industry. He's currently an entertainment columnist for the Houston Chronicle, where he spends most of his time thinking and writing about music.

Live from SugarHill, Episode IX originally aired on October 8, 2009 and is a collaborative effort between Zenfilm, OutboundMusic.com and SugarHill Recording Studios.

The show is produced by Gina Miller with the assistance of Dan Workman, W. Ross Wells, Al and Courtney Delaney.

Studio Engineer: Christopher Longwood.

Special thanks to cinematographers Raul Casares and Keith Houk and Unit Photographer Everett Taasevigen. Thanks for watching.

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Find out more about Houston's creative community online at Only in Houston. Find out more about Houston at VisitHoustonTexas.com.

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