DOUG DIPAOLA

Doug started playing tenor saxophone in junior high school on Long Island.   Through the high school years Doug was a part of various select stage bands, was heard on radio, and was selected as first tenor saxophone in a New York All-State Band under the direction of Ms. Shirley Holman.  His college years were spent playing throughout Long Island and New York City doing studio work and as a member of a cover band performing songs from Billy Joel, Chicago, Santana, and other classic rock artists.  When he attended Georgetown University Medical School, he was the musical director of the annual ‘Follies Cabaret.’

Music took a back seat for several years as Doug became a cardiothoracic surgeon, and then in later life an attorney.  Now, as fully retired and a new resident of Kent County, Doug has returned to the music scene and joins Reunion Band playing tenor and soprano saxophone

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