Doug Gray hit the scene in 1994 with the dance floor smash "Love Will Make It Right" by The Brotherhood. Released on Esquire/BMG and Imago/333, "Love Will Make It Right" went to #1 on the Billboard maxi-single sales chart in November of 1994.
In 1995 Doug started Sweet Daddy Records as an outlet for his productions while still producing singles for other labels.
Soon after starting Sweet Daddy, Doug produced "Time 4 Love" featuring vocalist David Adam Cole, which caught the ear of remixer Chris "The Greek" Panaghi. Chris contributed remixes which enjoyed widespread club and mix show play.
"Come To Me" by Kelly Mack followed "Time 4 Love".
Doug then released three Ep's; "Gray Matter" with vocalist GTO, "Roll-A-Fatty" featuring the single "Love, Peace & Happiness" and "Little Gray Cells".
In 1999, Doug teamed up with Soul Groove Records and Oxyd Records to release "Always There" by Doug Gray & GTO. Remixes by Harley and Muscle turned this release into a must have garage vocal record.
2000 saw the release of "The Blueberry Song" by Doug & Asa on SFP Records. Asa is a Swedish singer/songwriter who teamed up with Doug for this single and several tracks on Sweet Daddy's latest release "Electroganic".
In 2001 under the name The Sons of Liberty, Doug released "Cuba Libre" and "No Puedo Vivir" featuring vocalist Darcy Simeone. DJ's went nuts for the limited edition white label promos.
The latest is a 5-song EP called "Electroganic" by Doug Gray & Friends. Featured vocalists include Asa, Michelle Duff and Tamar Haviv. This latest release embodies Doug's true signature; deep and melodious tracks with great vocals to match.
Doug Gray releases on Amathus Music: