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Unabashedly devoted to country and bluegrass, Katherine Dougan's influences include Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris, Johnny Cash, the Carter family, Hank Williams Sr. and John Prine.
In April 2002 she released a studio demo, "Morningside," which features eight songs written by Dougan and two songs penned by former alt-country duo partner Steven Jones (DouganJones).
Dougan picked up guitar after a divorce, trading her wedding ring for a used guitar at a Kentucky pawnshop. She plays flute and piano, and cites her mother's family's Tennessee mountain music as her earliest influence.
A native of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Jenkins' influences include the Beatles, James Taylor and David Wilcox.
He has played piano since he was old enough to sit upright at his father's baby grand. He has played guitar for 20-plus years and also plays banjo.
A lifelong musician, I have been: an obituary writer, a staff writer for a pizza magazine, a pizza maker, a Dairy Queen employee, a typist, a temporary worker, a print shop manager, a copy editor, an editor/publisher of a weekly newspaper, worked four hours at a JC Penney store, a bartender, a waitress, a typesetter, an assistant for an eye doctor, a liquor store employee, sold jewelry in a Mall store, a church pianist/organist, a choir director, an award-winning journalist, winner of a poetry contest, a songwriting contest, Yankeetown (Indiana) Elementary School Fall Festival Queen when I was in the fifth grade, Yankeetown junior high cheerleader, Yankeetown School valedictorian of the 8th grade class (17 class members), winner of a Knight Fellowship for Journalism with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, "Queened" as winner of the Jackson, MS, Musiquarium's White Trash Cookoff in 2002, and winner of an Academic Achievement Award in Advertising from the University of Southern Indiana. I've also been married twice, bereaved, bespectacled, betrayed, belittled, uplifted, owner of many good dogs, writer of what I think are some good songs, and fortunate enough to realize life is short and meant to be enjoyed.
Be sure and also visit my MUSIC page ./katherinedougan AND my official website, ./kathydougan
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Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris, Johnny Cash, the Carter family, Hank Williams Sr. and John Prine.
Professional model flutes, piccolo
Nord Electro II 73 keyboard
Roland electric piano
Yamaha alto sax
Six-string acoustic/electric guitar
Also have enough live sound equipment for a small/medium venue.
No Luck With Men
No Luck With Men Album: Morningside Genre: Acoustic
(c) 2001 Katherine R. Dougan
Freezeoff's Song Year: 2002 Album: Morningside/indie Genre: Acoustic
I wrote this song about my grandfather, who was a farmer and factory worker in Indiana. Noble Lee Dougan could also play a lethal game of checkers, and was a good baseball player, so I've heard.
One Little Question
One Little Question Track number: 1 Year: 2002 Album: Morningside/DouganJones Genre: Acoustic
Ashes of My Heart
Ashes of My Heart Year: 2002 Album: Morningside Genre: Acoustic
Barracades and Brickwalls
Barracades and Brickwalls Album: Written by Kasey Chambers Genre: Country
This is a cover song by a terrific Australian singer/songwriter, Kasey Chambers.
Low Side of Low
Low Side of Low Year: 2002 Album: Morningside/indie
Babylegs Year: 2007 Album: In progress Genre: Jazz
This was the first song I composed on keyboards. I usually write songs on my guitar.
Working on songs, new and re-recordings, in studio.
Played music with Robert Jenkins at Pentimento Books in Clinton, MS.
Music with Robert Jenkins and Larry Underhill for the Karly Klyde Puckett clan; private party for Texas Roadhouse company.
Played with Robert Jenkins and Larry Underhill at the Clinton (MS) Olde Towne Farmers Market.
Crawdad Hole - 3:30-6 pm
1150 Lakeland Drive
Flowood MS 39216
I'm playing with The JEFF MADDOX BAND for this gig.
The Crawdad Hole is located in Jackson, MS, on Lakeland Drive, near the Agricultural Museum.
Show past dates
619 Country Club Rd
Forest MS 39074
Price: Benefit Concert
I'm playing with The JEFF MADDOX BAND for this benefit concert to raise money for Forest resident's cancer treatment.
DIRECTIONS: From Jackson, I-55 South to I-20 E (Exit 94 toward Meridian for 42.1 mi), then Exit 88 to merge on MS-35S toward Raleigh (0.9 mi); turn R at W Moore Tower Rd (0.3 mi); turn L at Country Club Road (0.7 mi)
First practice of the season with Magnolia Flutes, a 20-member flutes-only orchestra based in Clinton, MS
Recording in the studio; writing some new songs, updating some oldies.