Sugar + the Hi-Lows is the collaborative project fronted by Nashville singer/songwriters Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup. Dabbs is originally from Jackson, Mississippi and grew up listening to the soul and Motown records in his father's collection. He taught himself to play guitar; Jeff Buckley's music inspired him to start writing songs. In college, he was in a band called Kelly Wingate that made three albums. He released his first solo album, Quite Often, in 2005, shortly before moving to Nashville. Since then, he's released five more albums on his own Ready Set label -- What's Golden Above Ground, Decade Fades, Your Side Now, Transition, and Southerner. Southerner was on the digital list of Best Indie Artist Albums of 2011. Dabbs has placed songs on Grey's Anatomy, One Tree Hill, Vampire Diaries, and other TV shows. He's also written ...
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