Hugh Pool

Hugh Pool is a producer, engineer, recording artist and co-owner of Excello Recording in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

He has worked in the studio with loads of talented folks including Taj Mahal, Eddie Kramer, Michael Brecker, Joe Blaney, Debbie Harry, "Big" Al Anderson, Kenny White, Kiki & Herb, Pagoda, Radio 4, Joseph Arthur, Marah, Matt Smith, Larry Campbell, Tony Garnier, George Ricelli, and a host of others.

Below is a partial discography. Click on an image to scroll through the albums.

Hugh has shared the stage with such luminaries as Patti Smith, Government Mule, Levon Helm, Leslie West, Johnny Winter, Dave Edmunds, John Mayall, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, and others.

He has performed on the Emeril Lagassi Show, The Mitch Albom Show, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien in addition to a cameo in the CBS television series Love Monkey, and a recurring role on ABC's The City. His original songs have been used for television, movies, award-winning documentaries and an off-Broadway play.