Alan Jackson Tribute Band: Doug Brewin
Doug learned to read and write music at an early age and was instructed on guitar, drums and trombone. He is also trained in vocals and music theory. Coming from a musical family, Doug started performing professionally when he was just a teenager — singing and playing in a popular local band until the age of 35.
Starting in 2004 and continuing to the present, Doug Brewin has been performing as an Alan Jackson tribute band for the Las Vegas “Legends in Concert” show. He continues to appear with his own production “MegaStars of Country,” where he also performs a tribute to Brooks & Dunn with Larry Turner.
Still working with a band of his own, Brewin now rocks the house as both Jackson and himself. Because for him, “being a musician is probably one of the best jobs in the world.” Brewin’s performance as an Alan Jackson cover band regularly impresses longtime fans of Jackson’s work, but more than that, he leaves a favorable impression of the country music star to people new to his work.
Doug’s Alan Jackson Tribute Band makes you feel as if you are watching an Alan Jackson concert.
“Of all the Legends performers, Doug Brewin looks like an Alan Jackson double, and sings like him as well. ” Nancy Smith – BRANSON DAILY INDEPENDENT
Probably the most convincing performance of the evening is seen and heard when Alan Jackson, portrayed by Doug Bewin, hits the stage singing “Chattahoochee,” “Gone Country” and lots more. It is obvious that he loves Jackson’s music and shares that with the audience. Nancy Smith – BRANSON DAILY INDEPENDENT
“Doug Brewin brings Alan Jackson to life with his tribute to the country master. Doug resembles and sounds so much like the real Alan, he fooled an awards show full of stars.” Doug Holland – BRANSON CRITIC MAGAZINE
“Probably the most convincing performance of the evening is seen and heard when Alan Jackson, portrayed by Doug Brewin, hits the stage singing “Chattahoochee,” “Gone Country” and lots more. It is obvious that he loves Jackson’s music and shares that with the audience. The real Alan Jackson would be proud!” Nancy Smith – BRANSON DAILY INDEPENDENT
“…an impeccable performance by Doug Brewin, the Jackson clone. …TMZ’s own cameraman at the event confessed to being completely fooled.” TMZ
“He sings “Five o’clock Somewhere” and really nails the voice of the real deal.” bransoncritic.org,
“The best of the rest is Doug Brewin, who ably captures Jackson’s Good Ol’ Boy personality and good-time, rock-tinged country sound on songs like Mercury Blues and It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere.” Chuck Darrow – Casino Beat COURIER POST