Gregory Douglass | Hallelujah

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by Gregory Douglass

An emotional cover of Leonard Cohen's classic "Hallelujah" sung in true Jeff Buckley-esque fashion.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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Gregory Douglass' evocative, alternative sound "channels everyone from Stevie Wonder to Fiona Apple in a way that's terrifyingly mature for someone so young" according to Instinct Magazine. With seven critically acclaimed, independent CDs under his belt, the 28-year old Vermont native has shared the stage with artists like They Might Be Giants, Dar Williams, Jason Mraz, Regina Spektor and Margaret Cho. Douglass is touring extensively in support of his latest release, BATTLER, featuring duets with friends and fellow Vermonters Grace Potter (Grace Potter & The Nocturnals/ Hollywood Records) and Anais Mitchell (Righteous Babe Records).

"Douglass—with his gorgeous voice and poignant, piercing lyrics—burns with a fire that cannot be extinguished or ignored."
-B. Walker, Performing Songwriter Magazine
"BATTLER is one of the stronger singer-songwriter albums in recent memory."
-Anthony Jones, Edge Boston
"Douglass channels everyone from Stevie Wonder to Fiona Apple in a way that's terrifyingly mature for someone so young."
-Japhy Grant, Instinct Magazine
"Douglass remains one of the most refreshing performers on the scene."
-Gregg Shapiro, Chicago Free Press



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