Doug Ferony Re-releases “Let the Good Times Roll” the title track from his CD
The US-based musician Doug Ferony re-releases “Let the Good Times Roll” the title track from his CD recorded with his orchestra. “Let the Good Times Roll” is an album that Doug first released in 2015.
“Let The Good Times Roll” is an iconic R&B song written by Sam Theard and Fleecie Moore, and sung by Doug with the Swinging Doug Ferony Big Band backing him up.
Doug Ferony’s warm voice, high musicianship, enthusiasm, and sincerity make the music he performs infectious and joyful. He enjoys timeless standards and has the voice and phrasing to make them sound contemporary and relevant. He is a great admirer of the singing of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, and Bobby Darin, but he displays a sound of his own within the tradition of first-class singing.
His career has been filled with a wide range of accomplishments. He grew up listening to the greatest singers of all time, such as Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Rosemary Clooney, and Ella Fitzgerald. Doug was a huge fan of Frank Sinatra from a young age. He used to play the drums as a kid, inspired by Buddy Rich. By the time he was in high school, Doug always knew that he wanted to pursue a career in singing.
Doug’s hits include I’m In Love With A Girl (the title track from the film “Mr. Vincent”), Time After Time, It’s Christmas, I Ain’t Got You, and America’s Greatest Songs. Doug has recorded a lot of uptempo swing in the past, “Let The Good Times Roll” is a classic R&B song.
“Let The Good Times Roll” is now available on Spotify and all the other major streaming services. Check out the video as well on YouTube. To stay up to date on Doug Ferony’s latest projects, follow him on Instagram or visit his website.