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Houston Press Music Awards winner Spain Colored Orange on today’s SugarHill Sessions

August 25th, 2006 · 1 Comment

Today’s SugarHill Sessions on 90.1 KPFT hosts one of Houston’s best new bands, Spain Colored Orange, who recently were voted Local Musician of the Year, Best Indie Rock, Best Keyboardist, and Album of the Year.

This month’s session includes an in-studio performance by the band, which play songs off their 2006 EP, em>Hopelessly Incapable Of Standing in the Way. The program also features a sneak preview of two new untitled songs that will be featured on SCO’s new album. KPFT DJ Rhonda Garner interviews Spain Colored Orange, discusses the local music scene, getting signed to their new label Lucid Records, and the infamous “curse” of the Houston Press Music Awards.

Be sure to tune in to The SugarHill Sessions with Spain Colored Orange, today (Friday, 8.25.06) on KPFT 90.1FM at 2pm CST. The show can also be streamed live from http://www.kpft.org.

Click here for more information on SugarHill Recording Studios.

Visit Spain Colored Orange online here.

Tags: Music

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Phil // Aug 26, 2006 at 8:10 am

    Thanks for the plug!
    Do to a tech snafu, the interview was interruptedaround 2:45, but was replayed at 4 PM as well.
    Hopefully a LOT of foks heard it!

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