Bad in Annapolis, MD, Singer/Songwriter/Musician Doug Segree is one of the Mid Atlantic region's busiest and most sought-after performers. Whether playing solo acoustic or with his band, his signature brand of rock/pop, powerful and versatile vocals, and playful, engaging performance style are always a highlight at venues, festivals, concerts, corporate and private events throughout the country. He and his band have been playing the pregame and postgame club level parties at every Washington Redskins home game at Fed-Ex Field for nearly 20 years, along with performances at Washington Wizards games at The Verizon Center. Doug has shared the stage with artists including Matchbox 20, Sister Hazel, Edwin McCain, Pat McGee Band, Survivor, Mark Broussard, Derek Trucks, George Clinton and P-Funk, and Dave Mason of Traffic.
Doug has released six original albums on the indie label, Kid Arnold Records, and recently released a new project SQRRL!, a fun-filled a children’s album that takes the listener from the start of the day to the end of the day – songs inspired from Doug’s own unique interpretation of his everyday experience with his own kids. The record features special guest, Grammy award winning recording artist Lisa Loeb. Produced by writer/producer Rich Jacques (Lisa Loeb, Colin Hay (Men at Work), Glenn Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket), Ultrvox, Right the Stars). Doug is currently working on a large scale production to take the SQRRL! to the next level.
Many of Dougs songs have appeared on major network television and film – Netflix's All American, ABC’s Cougartown, TNT’s Rizzoli and Isles, Cinemax (various films), WB’s Felicity, to name a few in addition to various CD compilations released nationwide. Doug’s music was used as the soundtrack on “Hope Through Motion” a compelling documentary produced by DHG Creative for the Kennedy Krieger Institute Spine Center.
Doug also contributes his many talents donating his time and services to important causes like Celebrate Hope Foundation, The Summit School, Friends Foundation, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Make A Wish Foundation, Breast Cancer Foundation and the SPCA to name a few.