Producer - engineer - musician - songwriter, based in Nashville, TN
Has worked at Mastersound Studio, Atlanta, GA at the start of his career, then moved to Nashville, TN and became an independent engineer, producer, songwriter. In 1990, he became vice
president of A & R helping Doug Stone secure a contract with Epic Records and helping the label sign Patty Loveless while producing or working with Patty, Joe Diffie, Ty Herndon, Collin Raye, John Michael Montgomery and others. He was promoted to senior vice president at the label in 1994 and became president of Giant Records in 1997 where he navigated the careers of Blake Shelton, Joe Nichols, Neal Mccoy and others.
In 2004 he became chief over the A & R department for Curb Records whose roster included Tim McGraw, LeAnn Rimes, Lee Brice,
Wynonna, Clay Walker, Rodney Atkins and more. In 2011 Doug joined Black River Entertainment in Nashville where he is vice president of A & R.