Doug Duffey

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Doug Duffey is a singer, songwriter, pianist, bandleader, music arranger, record producer, music publisher, poet, diarist, photographer and visual artist. Doug Duffey was inducted into the "Louisiana Hall of Fame" in April, 2001.

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Born in Monroe, Louisiana, Doug Duffey has been singing, playing piano, and composing professionally since the age of 14. His career spans over 40 years and has carried him from his native Louisiana to international success.


He has recorded with, or on records by, George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, Funkadelic, Bootsy Collins, Eddie Hazel, Beverly Jo Scott, Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker, Nicky Hopkins, Anders Osborne, Leigh "Little Queenie" Harris, and many others. He has written songs with George Clinton for Marcia Ball, Rare Earth, Zakiya Hooker, Jerry Beach, and more.

Doug Duffey has exhibited his photographs, collages, drawings and paintings in galleries in the USA and Europe. He is a member of the Eye-20 art group.

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