Southern New Hampshire songwriter Doug Farrell has been a mainstay on the southern New Hampshire singer song writer ecosystem and finalist in the New England Songwriting competition at the Ossipee Music Festival, receiving an honorable mention for his song "Spirit Man". He has also won first place in the New England songwriting competition at Dreamsicle studio and has been featured on various radio shows including NHPR’s "The Folk Show". You can also hear him in the group Decatur Creek with Jack Carlton and Steve Dionne and Beth Eldridge. While Doug works on his next CD, you can hear some of his newer music at his Web site. You can find Decatur Creek at decaturcreekmusic.com
“Doug's seasoned songwriting, storytelling, and musical melodies are deeply rooted in the hills of New England where he now lives. He moves his audiences with warmth, humor, a smooth voice and unpretentious musical vision. His witty observations and poetic engaging lyrics will leave you wanting more." - Jeffrey Starratt, WOOL FM
“Doug Farrell's down home style could be described as John Prine meets John Gorka. " - Jack Kidd, Parish Hall Open Stage
"Doug's guitar work is flawless and his writing is poetic and heartfelt; filled with his experiences in life, in recovery, and the spirit of New England. His original songs will touch your heart and make you smile."
- Ken Arnold, Off the Square Coffeehouse, Keene NH, Keene Sentinel.