Doug "digndoug" Jernigan (born January 5, 1946 in Pensacola, Florida) is a pedal steel guitar musician. He was inducted into the Steel Guitar Hall of Fame in 1994. When Jernigan was nine years of age his father bought him his first steel guitar. By the time he was fourteen years old, he was playing on the weekends at VFW and Legion Halls in the Pensacola area. At the age of eighteen he had his first professional job in Ohio prior to being drafted in 1965 into the United States Army.
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Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer Bucky Barrett - Guitar David Briggs - Piano David Gates - Composer Tom T. Hall - Composer Karl Himmel - Drums Roy M. "Junior" Husky - Piano Doug Jernigan - Dobro, Guitar (Steel), Primary Artist Don McLean - Composer Michael Melford - Mandolin, Producer Jimmie Rodgers - Composer Buddy Spicher - Violin Henry Strzelecki - Bass Bobby Thompson - Banjo, Guitar Traditional - Composer Curley Williams - Composer Ernie Winfrey - Engineer