Douglas Anderson Supernaw is an American nation-state music performer.
After performing as a local musician in Texas for several years, he signed with BNA Records in 1993.
Doug Supernaw’s third record deal was signed with the independent Tack small record company.
On August 31, 1999, he released Fadin’Renegade.
The two singles of the album, the title track, and “21-17” failed to enter the country music charts, even though the music video of the latter song was very all the rage on the CMT and GAC TV networks.
Supernaw died of stage IV lung cancer and bladder cancer on November 13, 2020 at the age of 60.
“Good Fight” country singer Doug Supernaw died at the age of 60 after two years of fighting with advanced lung and bladder cancer
He has been under pressure with stage 4 lung cancers and bladder cancer, and in October revealed that he lives in a hospice hospital and his cancer has spread to the spine and common sense.
A declaration on his Facebook page said: “We are very sorry to make well known the passing away of Doug Supernaw.”
new love is the story of father
Reno was rank fourth on the charts before releasing the classic country music “Not Don’t Call Him Daddy” (Not Don’t Call Him Daddy), which is about a young boy telling his father that he didn’t call him the mother’s new love is the story of his father.
Song of the Year and Best New Male Singer
This song was nominated as the “Song of the Year” in the “American Country Music Awards” and Doug was nominated as the “Best New Male Singer”.
Festival in Nashville
In recent years, he has in progress performing again, as well as at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville.
“I talked to him for a a small amount of minutes. This is in truth a classroom activity, a in fact good person. Country music lost a great human being today. RipFadin’Renegade.”
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