"May all your hours be Happy Hours!"
Douglas Roegiers is a highly skilled and extremely versatile entertainer who channels back to the great days of the Big Band Swing era. His loyal fans know him as 'The Crooner' and he lives up to the title in every sense of the word, crooning with a smooth and classy sound while singing standards from the Great American Songbook.
He is what happens if Bobby Darin and Frank Sinatra meet Louis Prima and Bill Haley. His one-of-a-kind style and persona are larger than life and his live stage show is a must-see! Be sure to keep up with his performance schedule and make a date to hang with The Crooner soon.
May all of your hours be happy hours!
Douglas Roegiers voted Best of LA by Los Angeles Magazine!
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Check out the new music video featuring Douglas Roegiers and The Amanda Castro Super Band!
Recorded and Filmed in quarantine with 19 musicians!
On July 11th, 2013 Douglas 'The Crooner' Roegiers competed on NBC's TV show The Winner Is and won $50 Large! He sang his heart out and came out a winner.
Douglas was born near beautiful downtown Burbank, South Dakota! It was a small town (population 90).
As the youngest of four kids he was always the center of attention, which gave him the enthusiasm to perform in front of others. Although he was midwest at heart, he longed to move away to the big city to follow his dreams.So, after graduating from High school, he moved to New York. While maturing artistically in The Big Apple, Douglas attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, (AMDA) a musical theater conservatory. While attending AMDA, Frank Sinatra passed away. What impressed Douglas was seeing the Empire State Building lit up blue as a tribute to 'Ol' blue eyes'. He thought: "Who do you have to be to have the Empire State Building lit to the color of your eyes?" It's about honor and a strong sense of respect.
As a result, Douglas was inspired to move to Los Angeles and become a singer of The Great American Songbook. He quickly gained notoriety when LA MAGAZINE gave him the title of "Best of LA". Since then, he won a singing game show on NBC where he won $50,000. He now front's his own band, and makes a living in Los Angeles as 'The Crooner'.
He currently sings at De Luca's in Whittier, Sorriso in Pasadena, and many other venues in Southern California, including private events.
Douglas knows that the man and the music deserve great respect. “It’s some of the best music we as Americans have.”