Lovely and talented Boston roots-rocker Sarah Borges has inked a deal with Nashville-based Sugar Hill Records, home to Dolly Parton, Nickel Creek, and Allison Moorer. Borges plans to go into the studio with Paul Q. Kolderie, who produced 2005's "Silver City," to record her debut for the label, to be released later this year.
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