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Doc McGhee

McGhee Entertainment, Inc.
American Music Manager

Doc Mcghee is CEO of McGhee Entertainment, Inc. As a pioneer of the entertainment industry, McGhee is responsible for founding the legendary careers of Bon Jovi, Mötley Crüe, and Skid Row. He managed the world-famous band, KISS for over two decades and reunited them for their sold-out ’96-’97 Alive Worldwide Tour. McGhee has experience rebranding acts such as Darius Rucker, helping his to become the first African American Country star to crack the Top 10 in two decades. Some other notable McGhee Entertainment clients have included Diana Ross, Guns N’ Roses, Hootie & the Blowfish, Isaac Hayes, and more. 

McGhee has also played a key role in the development, execution, and filming of live events that include the Moscow Music Peace Festival, the first Stadium Rock show in Russia, which was aired worldwide as a top-rated pay-per-view event. He also produced FOX TV’s live New Year’s Eve program, “America”s Party,” and produced “Rockin’ The Corps,” a free concert for soldiers and their families held on the beach of Marine Corps base Camp Pendleton where KISS, Destiny’s Child, Ja Rule, Godsmack, Ted Nugent, and Hootie & The Blowfish performed. The concert was attended by 45,000 people and aired nationwide on Regal Cinema screens as a pay-per-view special as well as a DVD release. McGhee has also appeared on many shows such as VH1’s Supergroup, AMC’s 4th and Loud, Scooby Doo!, Behind the Music, Gene Simmons: Family Jewels, and many documentaries. He previously created and ran the entertainment division of Home Shopping Network for five years, was a co-owner of the LA KISS Football team and created 1-Degree Management, which united six like-minded management and marketing companies specializing in artist and athlete management, event production, mobile marketing, corporate consulting and public relations.