Hailing from Annapolis, MD, Doug Segree and his band have been playing clubs and events up and down the East Coast and throughout the country for over 15 years. This band is all about a good time on stage and it shows. With a huge playlist to draw from (Top 40, Classic Rock, Funk, Motown, 80â€™s, etc.) and multiple lead singers, these guys really know how to mix it up and play to their audience. For more information go to www.dougsegree.com.
Doug began his music career as a regular performer at local college bars in and around Gainesville, Florida while receiving his MBA at the University of Florida in 1994. The world of business took a backseat as he began fulfilling his love for performing and entertaining that has taken him to stages throughout the country.
Doug has been a mainstay performer in the Mid-Atlantic region over the last fifteen years. He and his band have been playing the fifth quarter club level parties at every Washington Redskin home game at Fed-Ex Field, along with performances at Washington Wizards games at The Verizon Center. He has been a part of a “Dewey Tradition” for the past fourteen summers, playing â€śSuicide Sundayâ€ť afternoon deck parties at the world famous Starboard in Dewey Beach, DE.
Performing solo or with his band of many sizes, Doug Segree specializes in private events and has performed at functions throughout the country â€“playing parties of all sizes ranging from thousands of guests to small backyard gatherings, corporate events, weddings, birthdayâ€™s, graduations, grand openings, auctions â€“ you name it and theyâ€™ve done it!
Doug has also successfully recorded and released four albums on the indie label, Kid Arnold Records and spent many years on the concert stage performing his own material. He has shared the stage with some amazing artists including Matchbox 20, Sister Hazel, Edwin McCain, Pat McGee Band, Mark Broussard, Derek Trucks, The Coral Reef Band, George Clinton and P-Funk, Dave Edmunds, Less Than Jake and Dave Mason of Traffic.
He has had his songs aired on major network television â€“ ABC (Cougartown), Cinemax (various films), the DVD version of the WB networkâ€™s TV show “Felicity”, and has been included on various CD compilations released nationwide.
One notable career highlight was performing the National Anthem live, televised for millions on the NFL network at Fed-Ex Field for the Redskins/Bears December 2007 game. Doug contributes his many talents donating his time and services to important causes like the Summitt School, Friends Foundation, The Boys and Girls Club, Breast Cancer Foundation and the SPCA just to name a few. In addition to completing a new studio recording, he is also working on a childrenâ€™s album.