Interview with Danielle "Sug" Johnson, Wilmington, Delaware

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Danielle "Sug" Johnson
Danielle “Sug” Johnson (Wilmington, Delaware) 

Danielle “Sug” Johnson is a singer and bandleader based in Wilmington, Delaware. She is the frontwoman of the Wilmington based funk-soul-blues band Hoochi Coochi. With Hoochi Coochi, Johnson has performed locally at venues ranging from the Gild Hall show, The Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach, and the Delaware Music Festival. Beyond Delaware, the band has toured in venues and festivals across the Mid-Atlantic Region. Hoochi Coochi has also produced music videos which have received critical acclaim, including the song “Walkin,’” which features Wilmington Black-owned businesses, and addresses the Black Lives Matter Movement in relation to legacies of Black liberation struggles. Johnson is also a published writer, photographer, and guitar player. 

Interviewed by Tamar Sella, 09/15/2020.
Tamar Sella
Music; United States; Covid-19 Pandemic
Wilmington, Delaware
Musicians in America during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Society for Ethnomusicology

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