About Doug James
Doug James is an award-winning singer/songwriter whose songs have been performed and recorded by artists and producers such as:
Michael Bolton, Dionne Warwick, Joe Cocker, Barry Manilow, Dan Hill, Cher, Laura Branigan, Chaka Khan, Paul Young, Barbara Mandrell, Gary Morris, Julie Budd, Rita Guerra, Chuck Jackson, Angela Bofill, Kenny G, Eric Carmen, Dan Hartman, Irene Cara, Phyllis Hyman, Linda Clifford, The Spinners, The Manhattans, Odyssey, Deodato, The Uptown Horns, Jennifer Rush, Lisa Hartman Black, David Hasselhoff, Carol MacDonald, Bill Danoff, Brian BecVar, Michael Lington, Vaneese Thomas, Carolyn Mitchell, Edward Polochick, Angela Cappelli, Rachel Cappelli, Eltesa Weathersby, Alvin Fields, Tavares, Klymaxx, The Weather Girls, Stacy Lattisaw, Cheryl Lynn, Seiko, Corky Hale, Vikki Carr, Ronnie Dyson, T. S. Monk, Lennie Williams, In Bliss, Mario Lopez, James Grant, Billy Novick, Joe Beck, Herb Bernstein, Bert de Coteau, Phil Ramone, Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, Michael Omartian, Don Was, Narada Michael Walden, Ron Nevison, Sir Gant, Norman Connors, Sandy Linzer, Michael Zager, and many more.
His songs include such hits as:
“After You”; “I Fall All Over Again”; “Don’t Tell Me, Tell Her”; “Break It To Me Gently”; and the Billboard #1 Hit – a BMI Song Of The Year – “How Am I Supposed To Live Without You.”
Doug works mostly out of New York City and his hometown of Rehoboth, Delaware.
A member of Delaware’s State Human Relations Commission (Got discrimination? Get help: 877-54-HUMAN), Doug is an avid human rights, as well as animal rights, advocate and activist.
Doug is currently in the studio working on his first solo album, “September Rain”, expected to be released in the fall of 2016.
For Bookings / Info.
Please contact ACR Management:
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