Doug Gillard

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Doug Gillard
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Background information
Born (1965-12-23) December 23, 1965 (age 48)
Origin Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Genres Rock
Indie rock
Pop
Instruments guitar, vocals, bass, piano, keyboards, drums, percussion, melodica,
Years active 1982–present
Website www.douggillard.com

Doug Gillard (born December 23, 1965 in Sandusky, Ohio) is a guitarist and songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio who has performed with bands and artists such as Death Of Samantha, Gem, Cobra Verde, Guided by Voices, Nada Surf, Bambi Kino, Richard Buckner, Children's Crusade, Starvation Army, Yuji Oniki, My Dad is Dead, The Mice, Bill Fox, Fence Lions, Zest Of Yore, Stewart Pack, The Oranges Band, Mascott, Sally Crewe and The Sudden Moves, and as a solo artist. Gillard attended schools in Elyria, Ohio, but moved to Cleveland after graduating high school. During the late 1980s he was a DJ for WCSB. Gillard has also scored several independent films, including American Cannibal. Gillard presently lives in New York and is lead guitarist for Nada Surf.

Discography[edit]

As Doug Gillard:

  • Cover Songs With Big Heads (self released cassette EP – sold mail order by Scat Records) (1985)
  • It'll Be Such A Thrill (self released cassette – sold mail order by Scat Records) (1990) - songs from ages 5 to 9.
  • Malamute Jute (EP - Cushion Records) (1999)
  • Creative Process 473 (motion picture soundtrack) (2003)

Contains 10 songs for soundtrack written and performed by Doug Gillard plus 3 bonus original songs not on soundtrack.

  • Salamander (Pink Frost)(2004) distributed by Redeye Distribution, Inc.
  • Call From Restricted (347 Records)(2008 - digital; 2009 - physical CD).

Contains 11 songs recorded in Tennessee, North Carolina, and Brooklyn, NY.

  • "Breaking In Two" / "So Much More" (7" vinyl - 347 Records)(2011)
  • "Parade On" (Nine Mile Records) (April 8, 2014)

Contains 11 songs recorded in New York, New York and Austin, Texas.

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