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A conversation with country star Doug Briney

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Country music star, Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, Doug created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A.

 

With the release of his debut album, It’s All Country, in early 2012, (and its re-release on CBM Records in 2013) Doug Briney showcased his signature sound, which he cultivated from years of touring camps, churches and conferences across the US.   Blending traditional influences from country music’s past with modern contemporary, Doug created an original, honest and authentic sound all his own. It's All Country peaked at #6 on the Roots Music Report True Country chart, where it remained for 8 straight months.  The album also charted at #11 on the itunes Country New Release chart, with 3 singles receiving international airplay and chart action, leading to more than 300,000 You Tube views.

 

In February 2013, Doug signed with Tate Music Group, home to country legends like Lee Greenwood and Neal McCoy.  In November 2013, Tate released Super Country Cowboy, an emotion-filled, hook-laden tracks that are purely Doug Briney: heart-felt, passionate and proud.

 

A recent Nashville transplant,  Doug is grateful for being able to live his dream of performing and recording music, he has gladly given back to his community in a big way. His son currently serves in the Air Force. Doug works with veterans’ charities.

 

 

 

 

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