The official music video for “Dirt Road Dancin” will release January 10, 2017! This fan funded video tells a narrative of young, small town love and captures Doug at his best, singing a country song. The self written, “Dirt Road Dancin” comes from Doug’s latest release, Sweet Dixie Memory EP.
Doug launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund his first ever music video featuring his song, “Dirt Road Dancin” on August 01, 2016. The response to Doug’s invitation to his fans to help him write the next chapter in his career led to a fully funded campaign in less than two weeks!
The campaign will run until August 29th. With an already, fully funded campaign, Doug is excited to be in the early creative stages of planning his first ever official video release!
“Thank you doesn’t say enough. I’m humbled to see my fans show up and remind me once again that they have my back. I couldn’t be any more excited to have this opportunity to get my fans involved in my career! I’m sincerely grateful to have such loyal, diehard support behind me and my music!”
To celebrate reaching this milestone, Doug kept his promise to his Facebook followers and took off cutting victory laps around Music Row William Wallace style!
We are ecstatic to announce the release of the official lyric video for “Pretty Girls and Fishing Poles!” Download the single and the rest of the Sweet Dixie Memory EP at https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sweet-dixie-memory-ep/id1034903345.
Doug recently opened for Country Music star, Sara Evans on a run of shows through OH and NJ.
“It’s always an incredible experience when I’m able to introduce my music to a new audience. There’s no better feeling in the world than seeing real people react to the music I believe in! I love standing at the merch table after the show and hearing the real life response to the songs and to the performance. A huge thanks to the entire Sara Evans camp for having me out!” – Doug
We are excited to announce the Doug McCormick Blue and Gold Tour! The tour is scheduled to kick off August, 31st in Belton, SC and will stop at several FFA chapters along the way including Doug’s home town FFA chapter in McBee, SC.
“As an Agricultural Education graduate form Clemson University, this hits right at home to me. I grew up in a tiny, rural town in SC where you weren’t the “cool kid” if you weren’t in FFA. In high school I was the president of our FFA chapter and felt so passionate about it that I went on to major in Agricultural Education. I can’t wait to take my music back home to the real people who grew up the same way I did. This is going to be a blast!” – Doug