Doug Gill might just be writing the story of your life. The Monterey, CA native has a knack for reaching into his own heart and finding the core of emotions that drives us all. He has spent the last thirty years writing, recording and performing music in Nashville and has worked with some of the best writers and musicians on the planet. His songs have been recorded by a long and illustrious list of artists, including Patty Loveless, Pam Tillis, Chris LeDoux, Tammy Wynette, Wynonna and the Marshall Tucker Band. Doug’s song “I Just Come Here For The Music” was the first single from Don Williams album “And So It Goes”. Recorded as a duet with Don and Alison Krauss, it was nominated for a 2013 Grammy award. The following year saw the release of “Stronger Back” on Williams’ last album, “Reflections.”
After stints at Acuff Rose and Grant Music, Doug wrote for Nashville’s Hori Pro Music for many years. He currently operates his own publishing company, Peacehouse Music, in affiliation with Eleven Eleven Music, and has released two fine studio albums, “Stronger Back” and “Everyman”. He is a committed volunteer at Operation Song, an organization providing songwriting therapy to American veterans, and at the Country music Hall of Fame’s Words and Music Program. As Langham and Gill, (a duo with Lynn Langham) he is a regular performer at festivals and house concerts across the country. His powerful songs speak of strength and redemption, passion and perseverance, and he sings them with a voice that resonates with the truth.