After an almost 20 year hiatus, Doug Supernaw is back with a new release of nine re-recorded Greatest Hits, plus two new songs. The new arrangement of “Reno” puts a soulful feel to an old favorite. “I Don’t Call Him Daddy” reminds us of the struggles, and heartache of parents and children of divorce.
Doug was back in the studio in January of 2017 to record all of the songs on the album, including two of many that he penned during his break.
“Here’s My Heart” is about a man that has been through the worst parts of love, only to finally find ‘the one’.
“The Company I keep” is reflective of days gone by of traditional country artists.
Proving that he is a survivor, Doug’s trials and tribulations have only served to strengthen him, and rekindle that desire to put out quality country music and perform for his adoring fans. Doug’s top 40 hits include, “I Don’t Call Him Daddy” (#1), “Not Enough Hours In The Night” (#3), “Reno” (#4), “What’ll You Do About me” (#16), and “Red And Rio Grande” (#23); all of which are on his new CD. In addition to those hits, you are sure to love “Long Tall Texan”, “Fadin’ Renegade”, “She Never Looks Back”, and “State Fair”.
Released on B&G Records, “Doug Supernaw – Greatest Hits” is sure to re-introduce Doug’s fans, and introduce new ones.
Doug was diagnosed in 2019 with lung, bladder, and stomach cancer. Although the bladder and stomach tumors were removed, his lungs were stage IV.
Doug underwent an aggressive treatment plan for the lung cancer, but unfortunately, the cancer had spread to his brain.
On November 13. 2020, the world lost a great man, musician, husband, father, and friend.