Douglas Allan Grean

Doug Grean is a record producer, audio engineer, and guitarist based in Los Angeles. Grean is also a talented multi-instrumentalist; he plays guitar, bass, mandolin, lap steel, banjo, and keyboards.

He has worked with many independent and professional artists, including Sheryl Crow, Ricki Lee Jones, Glen Campbell, Scott Weiland, Slash, Velvet Revolver, Stone Temple Pilots, The Crystal Method, Tim McGraw, Cyndi Lauper, Annabella Lwin (Bow Wow Wow), Corey Glover (Living Color), Camp Freddy, DJ Hurricane, and John Taylor, (Duran Duran). He has jammed alongside George Porter Jr. (The Meters), Ivan Neville, Willie Green (The Neville Brothers), and Russell Batiste.

He started out playing guitar in New York, then studying music at Tulane University and performing in New Orleans. Since then, he has worked as an assistant engineer at the Clubhouse Studios (Burbank, CA), first engineer at Artisan studios (Hollywood, CA), and partner at Lavish Studios (Scott Weiland/Softdrive Records, Burbank, CA). He recently built his own studio in his home in Pasadena, CA.



As a member and musical director of Scott Weiland's solo band, Grean has made television appearances with Weiland including: VH1 Legends, Last Call with Carson Daly, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

In 2005, Grean appeared on the 47th annual Grammy awards with Velvet Revolver as keyboardist, performing "All Across the Universe" with Stevie Wonder, Norah Jones, Bono, Steven Tyler, Brian Wilson, and Alison Krauss.