Doug Segree is based in Annapolis, Maryland and has been actively performing for over 25 years, playing in venues of all sizes, festivals, concerts, corporate and private events throughout the country. He is equally comfortable playing solo acoustic shows or fronting a band of any size.
The event 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, 80’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 or call 410.703.6399.
His music is a blend of acoustic, rock, and pop influences, with a focus on heartfelt lyrics and catchy melodies. Doug has written and recorded 10 albums of original music, spanning rock, pop and children's music. He plans to release an EP in the fall 2023. He also writes and performs in the kids band, SQRRL!
Doug’s music has appeared on major network television and film. "Wonder Drug" appeared on Netflix's All American, "Come Again" on ABC's Cougartown, "It's About Time" on TNT's Rizzoli and Isles, and various songs on Cinemax (various films) and WB's Felicity, among others. Doug also has written a number of jingles for area businesses and commercials.
He is also known for his philanthropic contributions and donates his time and services to important causes. He launched a project called SQRRL! Across America, which aims to bring music to children who are disadvantaged by illness and disability. He donates his time and services to important causes like such as Annapolis Musicians Funding Musicians (AMFM), Celebrate Hope Foundation, Friends Foundation, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Make A Wish Foundation, Breast Cancer Foundation, and the SPCA. His music was used as the soundtrack for "Hope Through Motion," a documentary produced by DHG Creative for the Kennedy Krieger Institute Spine Center.