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Sugar Ponies

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About Sugar Ponies
Genres:
Alternative, Pop, Altpopcountryfolkrock, Rock, Country, Indie, Folk, Alt
Band Members:
Sugar Ponies are fierce do-it-yourselfers and a beloved staple of the indie music scene in San Francisco, who have even gone so far as to create a doozy of a genre classification for themselves: “altPOPcountryFolkROCK.” But hey, even hot up-and-comers need to enlist some help every once in a while. Enter Grammy-winning producer Ed Stasium, who has worked with the Ramones and the Talking Heads to name just a couple of mega-talents. Together with Stasium, Suzanne Kramer and guitarist Michael McGovern, who form the backbone of the band, collaborated on the recently released It’s A Sign, the Ponies’ sophomore full length. But the duo credits no less than ten other musicians on the album as well, including Stasium himself, who contributed his talents on a bevy of instruments, from blues harp to Wurlitzer to Ebow guitar.
Hometown:
San Francisco

Darlings of San Francisco's indie music scene, on the strength of their sparkling 2009 self-titled debut EP, first full-length I Better Better the following year, and a r...
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About Sugar Ponies
Genres:
Alternative, Pop, Altpopcountryfolkrock, Rock, Country, Indie, Folk, Alt
Band Members:
Sugar Ponies are fierce do-it-yourselfers and a beloved staple of the indie music scene in San Francisco, who have even gone so far as to create a doozy of a genre classification for themselves: “altPOPcountryFolkROCK.” But hey, even hot up-and-comers need to enlist some help every once in a while. Enter Grammy-winning producer Ed Stasium, who has worked with the Ramones and the Talking Heads to name just a couple of mega-talents. Together with Stasium, Suzanne Kramer and guitarist Michael McGovern, who form the backbone of the band, collaborated on the recently released It’s A Sign, the Ponies’ sophomore full length. But the duo credits no less than ten other musicians on the album as well, including Stasium himself, who contributed his talents on a bevy of instruments, from blues harp to Wurlitzer to Ebow guitar.
Hometown:
San Francisco

Darlings of San Francisco's indie music scene, on the strength of their sparkling 2009 self-titled debut EP, first full-length I Better Better the following year, and a r...
Read More