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About Mike Doughty

Fort Knox, Kentucky, native Mike Doughty rose to fame fronting '90s alt-rock staple Soul Coughing. After the rocky break of that group in 2000, Doughty returned to a solo career, promoting an LP, Skittish, that was recorded in 1996 and was ultimately rejected by Warner Brothers. His second studio LP, Rockity Roll, came in 2003 and eventually caught the ear of Dave Matthews, leading to an arrangement in which Matthews' label, ATO, issued Doughty's third LP, 2005's Haughty Melodic.

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Listen toMike Doughtyon Napster

Fort Knox, Kentucky, native Mike Doughty rose to fame fronting '90s alt-rock staple Soul Coughing. After the rocky break of that group in 2000, Doughty returned to a solo career, promoting an LP, Skittish, that was recorded in 1996 and was ultimately rejected by Warner Brothers. His second studio LP, Rockity Roll, came in 2003 and eventually caught the ear of Dave Matthews, leading to an arrangement in which Matthews' label, ATO, issued Doughty's third LP, 2005's Haughty Melodic.

About Mike Doughty

Fort Knox, Kentucky, native Mike Doughty rose to fame fronting '90s alt-rock staple Soul Coughing. After the rocky break of that group in 2000, Doughty returned to a solo career, promoting an LP, Skittish, that was recorded in 1996 and was ultimately rejected by Warner Brothers. His second studio LP, Rockity Roll, came in 2003 and eventually caught the ear of Dave Matthews, leading to an arrangement in which Matthews' label, ATO, issued Doughty's third LP, 2005's Haughty Melodic.

About Mike Doughty

Fort Knox, Kentucky, native Mike Doughty rose to fame fronting '90s alt-rock staple Soul Coughing. After the rocky break of that group in 2000, Doughty returned to a solo career, promoting an LP, Skittish, that was recorded in 1996 and was ultimately rejected by Warner Brothers. His second studio LP, Rockity Roll, came in 2003 and eventually caught the ear of Dave Matthews, leading to an arrangement in which Matthews' label, ATO, issued Doughty's third LP, 2005's Haughty Melodic.