Doug Stevens

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Doug Stevens and the Outband are consistently winning fans in the gay and straight country music communities. In the short time this band has been together, they've played Gracie Mansion, Town Hall in…
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Doug Stevens and the Outband are consistently winning fans in the gay and straight country music communities. In the short time this band has been together, they've played Gracie Mansion, Town Hall in N.Y.C. with Joan Rivers, the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center, and the 1993 March on Washington. There they were seen by three million people around the world on C-SPAN, and millions more on the NBC Evening News. They have appeared three times on In the Life, and have played at many two-step dances and concerts on the East Coast and in the Midwest. Their thoroughly entertaining and consistent album is produced with sparkling clarity and punch. The pansexual lineup includes the wicked fiddle work of John Cordes and the electrifying lead guitar work of Desiree, who has a strong guest spot as lead vocalist on the self-penned "Cactus Country."