New York-based singer/songwriter Doug Keith was raised beyond Minneapolis, Minnesota and Syracuse, NY. An early curiosity about music led him to his first electric guitar lessons at age ten. His formative many years of learning music by ’80s university rock rings like Hüsker Dü and Camper Truck Beethoven eventually resulted in a pastime in classic rock and roll, folk, and early blues music. Relocating to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, he became a member of the punk trio the Gods Hate Kansas, playing bass and attaining valuable touring knowledge that would afterwards serve him well when he turned coasts to NEW YORK. Beginning in the first 2000s, Keith spent many years using the noise rock and roll combo In the Empire while examining the waters along with his very own material and launching several experimental single albums beneath the moniker the First Person to find out an Elephant. Following breakup of In the Empire, Keith finally made a decision to attempt an effective single career, and in ’09 2009 released his debut LP, Here’s to Outliving Me. Carrying on to develop a far more organic, acoustic-based strategy, this year 2010 Keith implemented up with The Lucky Types, which, like his debut, premiered independently by himself imprint, The Community Label. The record was well received and gained compliment from NPR as well as the Washington Post, among numerous others. His third single release, Pony, found its way to early 2014 and highlighted efforts from J Mascis and associates of Megafaun.