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Update from Doug:

I’ve been working on guitar picking, singing while playing, piano, and recording. Stay tuned or check out my instagram tv channel to see my progress.

https://www.instagram.com/indiemediator/channel/

Songs and Keys

A

House of the Rising Sun

St. James Hospital

Hit the Road Jack

Tennessee Whiskey

Workin’ Man Blues

That’s Alright

Civilian Ways

We Are One

Like A Dog

B

Nightshade

The Army of Zombies

C

Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle To You

Have You Ever Seen The Rain

The Three Caballeros

Freight Train

Cannonball Blues

Sitting on Top of the World

Ballad of Daniel Boone

Blood Red River

Why Must I Cry

New Orleans

This Town Belongs to Me

When A Cowboy Trades His Spurs For Wings

Small Axe

Big Rock Candy Mountain

Could You Be Loved

Do I Ever Cross Your Mind

Travelin’ Man

Garden of Eden

D

Ballad of John Henry the Steel Driving Man

The Train That Carried My Girl From Town

Shady Grove

Midnight Rider

Can’t You See

Rains of Castamere

Jolene

You Belong To My Heart

E

Indian War

The Way

Summertime

Folsom Prison Blues

Swing Low Sweet Chariot

Minglewood Blues

Wine And Roses

I’m On My Way To Canaan’s Land

F

Get Back on the Train

Coal Miner’s Blues

Hold What You Got

G

Ballad of Davy Crockett

Cross Roads Blues

Stop That Train I’m Leaving

Friend Of The Devil

Good Old Mountain Dew

Rocky Top

Old Kentucky Home

Man Of Constant Sorrow

Listening To The Rain

The Last Thing On My Mind

Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms

How Mountain Girl’s Can Love

Stir It Up

The Pain of Loving You

Tennessee Waltz

Memories Of You

Streets of Laredo

Country Roads

As I Went Down In The River

Amazing Grace

I’ll Fly Away

Fly Our Way Home to Zion

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Short Music Bio: Doug Bryan started his musical beginnings at 12 years old. He was learning the guitar and quickly joined a band with schoolmates which they called Split Image. They played parties as well as school and community functions.  Shortly after that band disbanded he was asked to join a local band called Driphter which was a band of some promise at that time in the local Knoxville music scene. After Driphter disbanded in 2003, Doug started songwriting and recording his own music. From 2007- 2009 Doug recorded  a number of bedroom recording style rock songs. In 2010 Doug used his experience of drum programing and recording to experiment with electronic music. in 2011 Doug played shows as an electronic musician and has also played some summer music festivals. Doug collaborates with musicians, producers, and vocalists.