Douglas Clegg’s career as a songwriter and performer started in the San Francisco Bay area, first inspired by watching his father play stride and boogie-woogie. With early training on piano, he went on to teach himself guitar, and then fiddle, mandolin, accordion, and various other strings, winds, and open-reed instruments.
Doug’s performances in clubs, coffeehouses, in concerts and at festivals throughout New England, the northeast, and other parts of the US. and Canada have made him a well known and sought-after artist on the national folk music circuit.
“An adept multi-instrumentalist” with “just plain good music, performed well and without gimmicks.”
The Boston Globe
“Clegg demonstrates a maturity of sound that comes only with time, both in the writing and the musicianship.”
–New Hampshire Sunday News