Doc McGhee is an American music manager, best known for working with KISS, Bon Jovi, and Mötley Crüe who has a net worth of 45 million dollars. Over 3 years, McGhee has blustered, bullshitted, bamboozled as well as brilliantly strategized from all comers worldwide of personal control. Through the years, he has overseen the careers of Kiss, Bon Jovi,, Night Ranger, James Brown, Diana Ross, Hootie & the Blowfish, Scorpions, Mötley Crüe, Skid Row, and Guns N' Roses. It was McGhee who got busted for conspiracy in 1988 for supporting among world's largest drug smuggling rings import 45,000 pounds of marijuana in to the United States. It was also McGhee who brought 641 people, and 64 transport trailers and landed two 757 airplanes in Moscow without a permit for the two-day Moscow Music Peace Festival in 1989 that featured Bon Jovi, Mötley Crüe, Scorpions, Skid Row, Ozzy Osbourne, Cinderella, and Gorky Park. McGhee was also cast in the 2006 VH1 reality series called "SuperGroup," that also starred band members Sebastian Bach, Scott Ian, Jason Bonham, Ted Nugent and Evan Seinfeld. McGhee Entertainment, operated by brothers Scott and Doc, is right now one of best management companies in entertainment. Scott opened a Nashville office area of March 2006; Doc joined him there in 2008, getting residency in nearby Brentwood. Kiss is handled by the company, Guns N' Roses, Ted Nugent, Night Ranger, Darius Rucker, Chris Cagle, Jypsi, Drew Davis, Meghan Kabir, Jeremy Lister, the Carter Twins, and others.
Doc McGhee Top Mentions:
- Motley Crue's 'The Dirt' Film Casts Its Doc McGhee
- MÖTLEY CRÜE: Actor DAVID COSTABILE To Play Manager DOC MCGHEE In 'The Dirt' Movie
- MÖTLEY CRÜE's Former Manager DOC MCGHEE: NIKKI SIXX Got Us Both Thrown In Jail In Japan
- ‘Billions’ Actor David Costabile To Play Doc McGhee In ‘The Dirt’
- Doc McGhee And Scott McGhee Separate; Artist Manager Brothers Go Own Way But 'Stay The Course'