Doug Duffey is a member of the Louisiana Hall of Fame & the National Blues Hall of Fame.
An all-original "old school" style mix of Louisiana R&B, New Orleans Funk, Memphis Soul, and Delta Blues... recorded at the crossroads where those styles intersect! Welcome to North Louisiana!
All songs written, arranged, performed and produced by Doug Duffey published by Doug Duffey Music, BMI (C)(P) 2006
Doug Duffey: vocal, piano, organ - Jerry Beach: guitar - Tommy Miller: guitar - Doug Johnson: bass - Steve Wade: drums - Lisa Spann: vocals - Michael Rasbury: vocals, percussion - Josh Keene: trombone - Thad Noland: saxophones - Jeremy Davis: saxophone
Recorded @ 500 DeSiard Street, Monroe, Louisiana
Engineered, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Michael Rasbury
Producer: Doug Duffey; Executive producers: Doug Duffey, Jacqueline Trachsel
For complete details of the recording sessions, and photos from the sessions, please visit: www.dougduffey.com
Born in Monroe, Louisiana, Doug Duffey has been singing, playing piano, and composing professionally since the age of 14. He’s lived and worked in the major recording capitals: Nashville, Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans, and various European music capitals.
He’s written songs for and/or recorded with Marcia Ball, George Clinton, Funkadelic, Bernie Worrell, Eddie Hazel, Rare Earth, Nicky Hopkins, Beverly Jo Scott, Zakiya Hooker, Jerry Beach, Anders Osborne, June Yamagishi, Little Queenie, and John Autin [just to name a few!] and performed on recordings with Keith Richards, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, David Byrne, Bootsy Collins, Steve Jordan, Herbie Hancock, and many more...
He has written, recorded, and produced 5 critically acclaimed cds of all original material to date. His career spans 40+ years and has carried him from his native Louisiana to international success.
Doug Duffey was inducted into the "Louisiana Hall Of Fame" in April, 2001; he was inducted into the Blues Hall of fame in 2010.