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Doug Anthony

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 In The
Meantime

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ON TV WITH HOST RICO SELVA, 
DOUG ANTHONY CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCE
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PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY

Now, after almost two years in the making, Doug Anthony's first album is burgeoning with material that is both nostalgic and fresh. Utilizing the utmost in pop production, this debut album is a smorgasbord of pop-adult contemporary stylings, juxtaposed with clever orchestral arrangements. Reminiscent of some of the past's most popular hits, Doug 'goes home' with selections like, "You Can Have My Heart" and the thought-provoking title cut, "In The Meantime."

Doug tells us that "The project began in my living room, while pounding out cover tunes that I used to perform as a lounge singer. I remember wondering, 'why we don't have a proliferation of the same types of tunes today?' Subconsciously, I knew the answer. 'Every Dog has its day'. That's all it is. However, even if songs are being written to fit a 'hipper audience', I know that there are people out there who still enjoy hearing a 'cheesy' ballad, or 'old school' song without strong, overt sexual excess or violence.

Over the last ten to fifteen years, Doug has spent countless hours writing, performing, teaching, being praised and in some cases being rejected. "I know what it's like to 'pay my dues'. Even though I know some people who haven't, I believe that there is probably a stronger foundation built around the ones who have; at least the ones that haven't been broken by the experience. That, I can assure you, happens too. There is as much tragedy as there is success in this business. Books and movies are written about it all the time". When asked how one deals with the "down side" of the business, Doug simply states, "The spirit endures. The body will succumb after a time. Listen to your body. Don't allow yourself to feel inadequate if your inner voice says 'I can'. There are probably more people who are armchair critics than people who do. Be a person who does. "

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