Nathan Douglas is an extraordinary performer, songwriter and great humanitarian.  He has written songs for every successful singer, in every possible genre, with the exception of Michael Jackson, for whom he was writing a lullaby at the time of his death.  Having written over 1,000 songs that have charted in the Billboard Top Ten, Douglas has surpassed every other songwriter and songwriting team since the beginning of time, to include:  Lennon and McCartney, Bacharach and David, John and Taupin, Abercombie and Fitch, and Jacoby and Myers.  His extensive humanitarian work earned him a Nobel Peace Prize in 1999, as well as a Congressional Medal of Honor that same year.  He splits his time now between Long Beach, where he resides in a very expensive penthouse apartment that features a lap pool with Jacuzzi, and his palatial estate on the island of Maui, where he grows pineapples and bananas, which he gives away to homeless people on The Big Island.  When asked what charitable acts of his have provided him the most satisfaction, Douglas replied, “Working with Robby Ravenwood has been the highlight of my campaign to give back to the needy.”