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Doug Gray

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Based on his mom, Doug Grey developed a pastime in entertaining young. He’d walk around in his crib smiling and dance to the united states music music from the family members radio. Throughout his college years, Grey was a vocalist — not a specialist, but somebody in whom the seed of stardom have been strongly planted. As an adolescent, Grey fronted a music group known as the Guildsmen, carrying out tempo & blues and rock and roll covers before becoming a member of Tommy Caldwell in the brand new Generation, who slice a locally reasonably effective 45, “Due to Love It’s AROUND,” co-written by Caldwell and Grey. Just after senior high school, Grey joined close friends Tommy and Plaything Caldwell, Jerry Eubanks, and Ross Hanna to create the Toy Manufacturing plant, a music group that immediately started to accomplish popularity. Toy Manufacturing plant became so well-known that these were asked to open up for the Allman Brothers Music group. Soon, though, the many bandmembers had been drafted or enlisted in the various branches from the military, as well as the band experienced several changes in staff through the interim. When everyone came back from support, the music artists regrouped with Grey, the Caldwell brothers, and Eubanks becoming became a member of by George McCorkle, and Paul T. Riddle, who was simply still in senior high school. During rehearsal one night time, someone found an integral ring within the warehouse where they used that belonged to an area piano tuner called Marshall Tucker. The band’s name was created. While starting a show in the Ruins in Spartanburg for Damp Willie, the Marshall Tucker Music group was noticed by Willie’s business lead vocalist, Jimmy Hall. Hall took the music group to Macon, Georgia, where he released these to Capricorn Information CEO Phil Walden, who agreed upon the band nearly instantly. From 1972 up to now, Grey provides acted as business lead vocalist for the Marshall Tucker Music group. In 1979, the music group shifted to Warner Bros. following personal bankruptcy of Capricorn. In 1980, bassist Tommy passed away following a car incident in his hometown of Spartanburg. In 1983, his sibling Toy, alongside McCorkle and Riddle, made a decision to retire through the band. Grey and Eubanks continued, hiring a few of Spartanburg’s finest music artists and recording some exceptional albums. The music group continuing to tour frequently and in 1999, the Marshall Tucker Music group featured Grey, David Muse, Rusty Milner, Stuart Swanlund, Barry Borden, and Tim Lawter. In 1998, the music group released its initial all-new record in over five years, Encounter Down within the Blues. This edition of MTB toured and documented during a lot of the first 10 years from the 21th hundred years with differing lineups, launching the gospel record Dedicated in 1999, a hailed comeback work entitled Beyond the Horizon in 2004, Tenth in 2005, Carolina Xmas in 2006, and then Experience in 2007 — these with Grey on the helm. In 2011, he released the frequently rumored but under no circumstances previously issued Spirit from the South. The eight out-of-character R&B-styled cover music on this established were documented in 1981 by the initial MTB and a bunch of studio room aces at Gray’s studio room in Spartanburg to get a single record that he shelved due to MTB’s recording plan.

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Full Name Doug Gray
Date Of Birth May 22, 1948
Profession Singer
Awards Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Editing - Limited Series, Movie Or A Special, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing - Comedy Series Or Special, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing - Series Or Special, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Film Sound Mixing, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Live & Direct To Tape Sound Mixing, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Live And Tape Sound Mixing And Sound Effects - Series
Music Groups The Marshall Tucker Band
Music Songs Can't You See, Heard It in a Love Song, Fire On The Mountain, This Ol' Cowboy, Take the Highway, In My Own Way, 24 Hours At A Time, Desert Skies, Searchin' For A Rainbow, Blue Ridge Mountain Sky, Try One More Time, Hillbilly Band, Bob Away My Blues, Long Hard Ride, Ride in Peace, Last of the Singing Cowboys, Ab's Song, Ramblin', Running Like the Wind, I'll Be Loving You, Midnight Promises, See You One More Time, Never Trust a Stranger, Fly Eagle Fly, If I Could See You One More Time, Carolina Sunset, See You Later, I'm Gone, Virginia, Desert Sky, I Should Have Never Started Lovin' You, Southern Woman, Am I the Kind of Man
Albums Southern Spirit, Running Like the Wind, Carolina Dreams, Long Hard Ride, Searchin' for a Rainbow, Where We All Belong, A New Life, The Marshall Tucker Band, Carolina Dreams Tour '77, Country Tucker, The Best of The Marshall Tucker Band: The Capricorn Years, Greetings from South Carolina
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Film Sound Editing - Series


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Sound Department

Sound Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Flexing with Monty 2010 Video re-recording mixer
Second Time Around 2004 TV Series re-recording mixer - 2 episodes
Listen Up 2004 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Run of the House 2003 TV Series re-recording mixer
Everybody Loves Raymond 1996-2002 TV Series re-recording mixer - 141 episodes
Kristin 2001 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Some of My Best Friends TV Series post production sound - 1 episode, 2001 re-recording mixer - 1 episode, 2001
Johnny Bravo 1997-2001 TV Series re-recording mixer - 2 episodes
The Trouble with Normal 2000-2001 TV Series re-recording mixer - 13 episodes
Suddenly Susan 1996-2000 TV Series re-recording mixer - 88 episodes
Working 1997-1999 TV Series post production sound - 36 episodes
Sister, Sister 1994-1999 TV Series re-recording mixer - 12 episodes
For Your Love 1999 TV Series re-recording mixer - 4 episodes
Meego 1997 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 1994-1997 TV Series re-recording mixer - 5 episodes
Martin 1995-1997 TV Series re-recording mixer - 6 episodes
Ink 1996-1997 TV Series re-recording mixer - 4 episodes
The Last Chance Detectives: Escape from Fire Lake 1996 TV Movie re-recording sound mixer
The Last Frontier 1996 TV Series re-recording mixer
The Parent 'Hood 1995-1996 TV Series re-recording mixer - 22 episodes
Adventures in Odyssey: Someone to Watch Over Me 1996 Video short re-recording mixer
Kirk 1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
The Drew Carey Show 1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
The Cartoon Cartoon Show 1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 5 episodes
Full House 1993-1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 29 episodes
On Our Own 1994-1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 3 episodes
Something Wilder 1994-1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 2 episodes
Get Smart 1995 TV Series re-recording mixer - 7 episodes
Adventures in Odyssey: Go West Young Man 1995 Video short re-recording mixer
George and Junior's Christmas Spectacular 1995 TV Short re-recording mixer
Roc 1994 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Adventures in Odyssey: Electric Christmas 1994 Video short re-recording mixer
Adventures in Odyssey: Once Upon an Avalanche 1994 Video short re-recording mixer
The Addams Family 1993 TV Series re-recording mixer - 8 episodes
Getting By 1993 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Harry and the Hendersons 1993 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Adventures in Odyssey: Shadow of a Doubt 1993 Video short re-recording mixer
Adventures in Odyssey: Star Quest 1993 Video short re-recording mixer
Jamie Foxx: Straight from the Foxxhole 1993 TV Special documentary post audio mixer
Hearts Afire 1992 TV Series dubbing mixer - 9 episodes
Love & War 1992 TV Series re-recording mixer
Driving Miss Daisy 1992 TV Movie audio post production
Adventures in Odyssey: A Fine Feathered Frenzy 1992 Video short re-recording mixer
Darkwing Duck 1991 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Head of the Class 1991 TV Series re-recording mixer - 2 episodes
Adventures in Odyssey: A Flight to the Finish 1991 Video short re-recording mixer
American Gladiators 1989-1991 TV Series re-recording mixer - 6 episodes
A Killing in a Small Town 1990 TV Movie re-recording mixer
Stolen: One Husband 1990 TV Movie re-recording mixer
Challenger 1990 TV Movie sound editor
CBS Schoolbreak Special 1990 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Daughter of Darkness 1990 TV Movie re-recording mixer
1st & Ten: The Championship 1990 TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Forbidden City, U.S.A. 1989 Documentary sound mixer
Mission: Impossible 1988 TV Series supervising sound editor - 1 episode
Alf Loves a Mystery 1987 TV Movie post-production sound
Fresno 1986 TV Mini-Series sound editor - 3 episodes
Cheers TV Series sound mixer - 2 episodes, 1986 pre-production sound mixer - 1 episode, 1985
Where the River Runs Black 1986 re-recording mixer / sound effects editor - as Douglas M. Gray
Night of the Creeps 1986 sound editor - as Douglas N. Gray
Valerie's Family: The Hogans 1986 TV Series sound editor - 1 episode
The Canterville Ghost 1985 TV Movie sound effects editor
Happy Days 1984 TV Series sound editor - 5 episodes
Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac 1984 TV Movie sound editor - uncredited

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2001 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special Everybody Loves Raymond (1996) · Brentley Walton (production mixer)
· Anthony Constantini (re-recording mixer)
· Rick Himot (re-recording mixer)
1990 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries or a Special Challenger (1990) · Vince Gutierrez (supervising sound editor)
· Randal S. Thomas (sound editor)
· Ken Gladden (sound editor)
· Mace Matiosian (sound editor)
· Joseph A. Johnston (sound editor)
· T.W. Davis (sound editor)
· John S. Orr (sound editor)
· Gary S. Gelfand (sound editor)
· Andre Caporaso (sound editor)
· Russell Brower (sound editor)
· David Scharf (sound editor)
· Phil Jamtaas (supervising adr editor)
· John Caper Jr. (supervising music editor)
1990 Daytime Emmy Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Film Sound Mixing CBS Schoolbreak Special (1984) · Kim H. Ornitz (production mixer)
· T.W. Davis (re-recording mixer)
· Brian Risner (sound effects)
1987 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries or a Special Unnatural Causes (1986) · Vince Gutierrez (supervising sound editor)
· William H. Angarola (sound editor)
· Clark Conrad (sound editor)
· Mace Matiosian (sound editor)
· Anthony Mazzei (sound editor)
· Michael J. Mitchell (sound editor)
· Matt Sawelson (sound editor)
· Edward F. Suski (sound editor)
· James Wolvington (sound editor)
· Barbara Issak (sound editor)
· Jon Johnson (adr editor)
· Dan Carlin Sr.
1987 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Cheers (1982) · Michael Ballin (sound mixer)
· Robert Douglass (sound mixer)
· Thomas J. Huth (sound mixer)
1986 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Cheers (1982) · Michael Ballin (sound mixer)
· Robert Douglass (sound mixer)
· Thomas J. Huth (sound mixer)
1985 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects for a Series Cheers (1982) · Michael Ballin (production mixer)
· Thomas J. Huth (post-production mixer)
· Sam Black (sound effects)
1985 Daytime Emmy Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects CBS Schoolbreak Special (1984) · Joel Soifer (preproduction mixer)
· Mark Bovos (production mixer)
· Thomas J. Huth (postproduction mixer)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2002 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Everybody Loves Raymond (1996) · Brentley Walton (production mixer)
· Anthony Constantini (re-recording mixer)
· Rick Himot (re-recording mixer)
1995 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Love & War (1992) · Phil Brown (production sound mixer)
· Robert Douglass (re-recording mixer)
· Anthony Constantini (effect/music re-recording mixer)
1993 Daytime Emmy Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects CBS Schoolbreak Special (1984) · Anthony Constantini (re-recording mixer)
· Clark Conrad (sound effects editor)
· Lee Alexander (production mixer)
1990 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Designing Women (1986) · Larry Lasota (production mixer)
· Anthony Constantini (re-recording mixer)
· Rick Himot (re-recording mixer)
1988 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Cheers (1982) · Pete San Filipo Sr. (sound mixer)
· Thomas J. Huth (sound mixer)
· Robert Douglas (sound mixer)
1987 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries or a Special Fresno (1986) · Bill Wistrom (supervising sound editor)
· William H. Angarola (sound editor)
· Clark Conrad (sound editor)
· Steve Dutkovich (sound editor)
· Ken Gladden (sound editor)
· John Haeny (sound editor)
· Jay Jones (sound editor)
· Anthony Mazzei (sound editor)
· Steve Pederson (sound editor)
· Matt Sawelson (sound editor)
· Brad Sherman (sound editor)
· Edward F. Suski (sound editor)
· James Wolvington (sound editor)
· Bill Thiederman (sound editor)
· Jon Johnson (adr editor)
· Dan Carlin Sr. (music editor)
1985 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Film Sound Editing for a Series Ripley's Believe It or Not! (1982) · David R. Elliott (supervising sound editor)
· James Wolvington (sound editor)
· Robert Fisher (sound editor)
· Michael J. Mitchell (adr editor/music editor)
1984 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Film Sound Editing for a Limited Series or a Special Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (1984) · Bill Wistrom (supervising sound editor/adr editor)
· Sam Black (sound editor)
· Mace Matiosian (sound editor)
· Bill Thiederman (sound editor)
· David A. Whittaker (sound editor)
· John Mick (music editor)
1984 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects for a Series Cheers (1982) · Gordon Klimuck (production mixer)
· Thomas J. Huth (post-production mixer)
· Sam Black (sound effects)


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