Produced by multi-Grammy-winning Trina Shoemaker (Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow, Josh Ritter), Edge of Everywhere is the culmination of Doug Levitt's 120,000 bus miles of Greyhound journeys and the songs written about fellow travelers at the crossroads
Singer-songwriter Doug Levitt has traveled over 12 years by Greyhound. He has performed pieces of his Greyhound Diaries project at venues ranging from prisons, VAs and shelters, to The Kennedy Center, Woody Guthrie Center, and Southern Poverty Law Center.
The BBC has followed Levitt's ongoing travels for a series set around his journeys and songs.
The Museum of Social Justice in Los Angeles recently mounted a large multimedia exhibition of his work.
Doug has been interviewed/profiled by CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Billboard, Reuters, the UK's ITV Channel 4, and The Independent among others.
He was made a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in the U.K. and he received the Speranza Foundation Fellowship for his music.
Prior to his Greyhound project, Doug was a London-based foreign correspondent and filed dispatches from places such as Rwanda, Iran and Bosnia for, among others, CNN, NBC and ABC.
A graduate of Cornell University, where he was a mentee of Carl Sagan in Critical Thinking, Doug received a Fulbright scholarship and earned his masters in Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict from the London School of Economics. Before that, he graduated from
the Washington, DC public schools.