Newnan, GA, USA
Doug Kees began professional performances while still in high school in Atlanta. He continued studying music at Georgia State University where he earned a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance. Since that time, with thousands of performances to his credit, he has performed in concert halls, nightclubs, churches, fraternity houses, recording studios, restaurants, and schools from Seattle to New York and all points in between.
His recording credits include performances “Could You Please and Thank You” by Peter Searcy on Epic Records which was also featured in Dawson’s Creek on the FOX network and MTV’s The Real World. As a member of the Johnny Hyde group, he performed at the 1999-99X Deck the Hall Ball opening for Kid Rock and Oleander. He also appeared with Johnny Hyde at the 2000 Music Midtown Festival on the 99X main stage along with Collective Soul.
In 1989 he founded Doug Kees Music Services which currently provides hundreds of music lessons each week as well as dozens of p