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Live At The TroubadourNashville, TN -- Sugar Hill Records is pleased to announce that it will unveil three new, exclusive releases for Record Store Day, April 20, 2013. The varied offerings include a live-performance EP CD from Sarah Jarosz, a vinyl re-issue of the debut album from husband-wife duo Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicolson, and a a never before available vinyl edition of the “Crazy” demo recordings from the legendary Willie Nelson. Record Store Day limited releases are frequently collector's items.

Sarah Jarosz will feature her live EP release Live At The Troubadour recorded August 2012. This will be a Record Store Day first release. The Grammy-nominated acoustic wunderkind is in pristine form and this marks Jarosz' debut live recording. consisting of 5 tracks including "Tell Me True", "Kathy's Song", "Mansineedof", "Shankill Butchers", and "Broussard's Lament".

A vinyl re-issue and Record Store Day exclusive release of the debut album Rattlin Bones from husband-wife duo Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicolson will also be released in 12 inch vinyl. A staple of the Americana genre, this release marks the first collaboration for these Australian husband-and-wife superstars. This will be Kasey and Shane's first time on vinyl.

The third Record Store Day exclusive release on Sugar Hill will be a never before available 12 inch vinyl edition of the “Crazy” demo recordings from the legendary Willie Nelson. When Willie first got to Nashville he cut some demos for Ray Price and Hal Smith's publishing company, Pamper Music. Though these cuts were used to pitch songs to artists (including 'Crazy' for Patsy Cline) and producers, many weren't released. These 1960-1966 tracks are raw, real and really good, clearly the work of an artist/songwriter headed for stardom.

Find out more about Record Store Day at the RSD Website and be sure to support your local record store April 20, 2013

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