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Doozer McDooze

Doozer McDooze’s music can be best described as “Foot Stomping Acoustic Folk Punk”
Doozer McDooze is a modern bard whose rousing vocals and bouyant acoustics weave stories of life, love and the struggles of the every man. At turns irreverent and evocative, Doozer’s folkpunk vibe is equally fitting for a roaring time at the pub or a huge festival crowds.
His latest album “Not Going Back To That” was given 5/5 in R2 Rock N Reel magazine

Doozer McDooze is a full-time international touring musician best known for his prolific work ethic and enjoyable festival presence, performing at an average of 30 festivals per year for the last three years running. His performances include festivals such as Beautiful Days, Bearded Theory, Farmer Phil’s, Boomtown, Tolpuddle, Watchet, Rebellion Festival and many others.

“Doozer McDooze wears his heart on his sleeve, places his tongue in his cheek and opens his emotions to the listener. Doozer’s Essex origins mean comparisons with Billy Bragg are inevitable. Thrumming his guitar with a rhythmic energy that demonstrates little concern for the guitar’s safety and total commitment to the music; Doozer McDooze reveals the fragility at the heart of his world view. There is an impressible energy on Not Going Back To That: direct, open and in your face.” – RnR Magazine

His single “I Don’t Wanna Go Home” nearly got into the actual charts, but it was then knocked off the number one spot of the ‘Movers & Shakers’ chart on Amazon by The Rolling Stones.

Doozer McDooze also managed to reach number 1 in the Amazon Folk charts with his single release called “I Think Politicians Should Be Put On Minimum Wage”

In a download world of media solitude, Doozer likes to give music back to the people.

Doozer writes honest, infectious lyrics, with an earworm value.
“Above all Doozer is an acoustic, troubadour, a story teller who frequently invites you to look anew at the absurdity of our political system, at the dark side of the music industry and of life in the UK.” Alan Ewart – louderthanwar.com

“Vibrant, energetic and brash, he sang songs from his current album Not Going Back To That. Some of his songs are anthemic, others jolly and ironic. The song we can all sing along to is I Don’t Wanna Go Home. There was dancing and clapping and the encores never stopped.” – Lizz Francis – Hastings Independent Press

The sound of a scrap between The Levellers & The Pogues being broken up by Billy Bragg
– Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music

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