Doug Supernaw was a singer/songwriter from Houston, TX, influenced mainly by Gene Watson, Keith Whitley, and George Jones. He briefly went to college on the golf scholarship or grant but soon offered and only swinging on-stage in night clubs throughout Tx. His freewheeling design incorporated as a lot of Willie Nelson’s solemnity since it do Jimmy Buffet’s energy, and enthusiasts cherished it. Supernaw found its way to Nashville within the middle-’80s and quickly secured work composing songs to get a publishing house. Nonetheless it was a poor situation, and quickly Supernaw was back again on-stage in Tx, perfecting his undertake new traditionalist nation. Supernaw’s 1st appearance on polish was 1993’s Crimson and Rio Grande, which made an appearance within the indie BNA. It spawned three charting strikes, including “Reno” as well as the smash “I Don’t Contact Him Daddy.” But an impossibly lengthy string of misfortune stalled his rise. Supernaw broke his throat while surfing; soon after his throat brace was eliminated, he was inside a head-on car collision. To chemical substance matters, most of his band’s equipment was taken in Ohio, and Supernaw nearly passed away from an instance of meals poisoning. Despite all the catastrophes, he survived and in 1994 released his postponed BNA follow-up, Deep Thoughts From a Shallow Brain. It was implemented a year afterwards by YOU’LL STILL Got Me. Fadin’ Renegade made an appearance in early 2003.
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|Bull Riders: Chasing the Dream||1997||Documentary performer: "Fadin' Renegade" / writer: "Fadin' Renegade"|
|The Beverly Hillbillies||1993||performer: "TOGETHER AGAIN"|
|Farm Aid '96||1996||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Hot Country Jam '94||1994||TV Special||Himself|
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