Doug McCormick

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Doug McCormick is an up-and-coming country singer and songwriter currently based in Nashville, Tennessee, as of 2011, who recently graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Agriculture Education. While an undergraduate student he played over a hundred show a year.

"Along the way, Doug has opened for several nationally known acts such as, Luke Bryan, Rhett Akins, Flynnville Train, Dale Watson, and Elizabeth Cook. Doug has also headlined at notable venues such as The Handlebar in Greenville, SC, Tootsies in Nashville, TN, The Beachwagon in Myrtle Beach, SC and The Country Club in Augusta, Ga.

"Doug released his self titled debut album in August of 2008

His self-titled debut contains his song "A Tiger Raised in the Southland", which describes his outlook as the son of a small South Carolina town, his experiences while attending Clemson, and his refusal to stop wearing the Tiger Paw on his hat to appeal to a wider audience. He also has added verses to this song for local consumption when performing in Clemson, such as on Saturday night at Spittoono XXXI in August 2011.

McCormick released his sophomore album The Last Country Song in March 2011

"Known for his genuine voice, sincere songwriting abilities, and energetic live shows, singer/songwriter, Doug McCormick is quickly making a name for himself within the country music community." (

He is managed by the Memoree Music Group.

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