Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Cuca Records leaves a Sauk City legacy

"In rock and roll lore, Sauk City may not carry the same cachet as Liverpool or New York City, but during the '60s and early '70s a small, independent record label earned the village a low-watt prestige for good music that continues to shine 30 years after artists stopped flocking here to cut records. James Kirchstein, the founder of Cuca Records, still remembers the day in 1972 when David Bowie called wanting to book Cuca's studio at 123 Water St."
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