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Doug McCormick

by Doug McCormick

Doug McCormick\'s music is seasoned and professional. It speaks from the heart of an aspiring country music artist to the fans that support him.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Same Old Dream
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2. More Than Money Can Buy
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3. This Ain\'t Our First Rodeo
4:10 $0.99
4. Night Like Tonight
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5. Round Here
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6. Still Here
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7. Girls Burnin\' up Down South
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8. Tiger Raised in the Southland
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Doug McCormick was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina. However, business caused his family to move to the small town of Patrick, South Carolina when Doug was young. Music has always been an interest of Doug\'s every since he was a young boy. It was his mother that instilled in him the appreciation and love for country music that he shares with everyone today. As a young boy, Doug quickly fell in love with any instrument he could get his hands on. He soon discovered that he could play music by ear. When he was 12 years old, Doug received his first guitar from his parents as a Christmas present. Unable to read sheet music, Doug slowly began to teach himself to play the guitar. It immediately became another musical love of his. While growing up, music was Doug\'s primary interest; however it was not his only one. Doug attended McBee High School. While in high school, he was active in every aspect of school that he could be. He was starting second baseman for the varsity baseball team and held numerous leadership positions. Such positions included; student body president, FFA president, FCA president, and several more. He had a lot on his plate, but Doug still performed every opportunity he could. While in high school, Doug ran into a very influential man in his music career, Mr. Don Tiller. Mr. Don was form McBee, South Carolina and owned Silver Star Records. Doug had always said music was his dream, but never seriously thought about the possibility until then. Mr. Don gave Doug a sense of confidence in himself and an extra push of belief. While Mr. Don supported Doug\'s music in every aspect possible, he was a sick man. Mr. Don passed away during Doug\'s junior year in school. Today, Doug still accredits several of his accomplishments to Mr. Don\'s inspiration. Doug played gigs his senior year to make his own money. Every Friday and Saturday, you could find him playing his music at local venues and restaurants. Shug\'s Smokehouse located in Kellytown, South Carolina is where he first ventured into the money making aspect of the entertainment business. While Doug had performed in front of thousands before at conventions and other special events, this was his first \"paying gig\". After graduating high school, Doug attended Clemson University. He wanted to go after his dream immediately, however his mom and dad suggested that Doug needed a backup plan, something to fall back on. As parents often are, they were nothing but right. Doug is currently a student at Clemson University having the time of his life and will be a proud graduate in the fall of 2008. He is a proud brother in the Alpha Gamma Rho national fraternity and maintains a 3.0 GPA to keep his scholarships. None the less, you can still find Doug doing what he loves. Over the summer, the only summer job he takes on is advancing his career and playing every chance he can. At school, you can find him playing either with his newly united band, Stageline or playing at a local bar by himself. Music is still his love and his dream. After graduating college, Doug plans to move to Nashville and give it his best shot. If you have ever seen Doug perform live, you know he loves to entertain a crowd. He dreams to entertain thousands one day with his talent and love for music. In an attempt to advance his career and get a head start, Doug has began traveling across the states of South Carolina and Georgia. He has built up a strong following in the Southeast and has just released his debut album. Keep a look out for shows near you. Come out, see us and you are sure to enjoy the show. While you\'re there, be sure to say hello to his biggest fans. Doug has always said his biggest fans are his family, especially his mom. They go everywhere he does. He has three younger sisters, Christy, Joy, and Dani. His parents also support him in any way they can. In fact you can see them switching from driver, to roadie, to sound technician every gig. We look forward to seeing you.



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