DERBY LINE — On Saturday, April 1, musician Gregory Douglass will take the stage at the Haskell Opera House, with singer/songwriter Tod Pronto opening the show.
After a recent spotlight on NPR’s Morning Edition, Douglass has been coined “one of New England’s best-kept secrets.” According to OUT Magazine, his evocative, alternative sound blend “Rufus Wainwright’s opulent musicality and Justin Timberlake’s accessible soulfulness.”
Douglass has shared the stage with artists like Regina Spektor, They Might Be Giants, Shawn Colvin, The Weepies, Jason Mraz, and Margaret Cho.
Douglass will be releasing “My Hero, The Enemy,” his 9th studio album.
“This new album is the most deeply personal account of my years in music so far.” he said. “It’s also an ode to being a creative person in the age of information, and what a blessing and a curse it can be.”
Catch Douglass as he returns to the Haskell Opera House, Saturday, April 1, and celebrate the worldwide release of the new album. Tickets are $20.00, and are on sale at: http://www.picatic.com.
The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
To see a live version of “Point Of View,” go to: https://youtu.be/TzG_jO9xRJw