Doc Powell
Doc Powell
Doc Powell is an American jazz guitarist and composer. He was born and raised in Spring Valley, New York. He attended college at University of Charleston. He has worked with Wilson Pickett, who chose him to be his musical director. He has also worked in the same capacity for Luther Vandross for over a decade. He has also worked with high profile musicians including Stevie Wonder, Bob James, Grover Washington, Jr. , Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones, and Teddy Pendergrass.
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Stephen K. Peeples: Jazz feast at Warner Center - JohnJohnSaidIt.com
Google News - over 5 years
The jazz/funk quartet 1+One, featuring keyboardist/singer Patrice Rushen and drummer Ndugu Chancler with special guest guitarist Doc Powell, headlines the 33rd annual Playboy Jazz Festival's free community concert at Warner Center Park in Woodland
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Patrice Rushen on What She's ... - Eurweb.com
Google News - over 5 years
The maestro behind such R&B classics as “Feels So Real,” “Forget Me Nots” and “Haven't You Heard” will be performing live on Sunday (June 5) with drummer Ndugu Chancler and special guest, guitarist Doc Powell, at the Warner Center Valley Cultural
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Playboy Jazz Festival 'Concerts On The Green' at Warner Center - Jazzcorner
Google News - over 5 years
The talent lineup includes: 1+One featuring four-time Grammy nominee Patrice Rushen and world class drummer Ndugu Chancler with special guest, guitarist Doc Powell; Latin Salsa 'party band' Johnny Polanco Y Su Conjunto Amistad; and the irresistible
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Free Playboy jazz concert features Grammy-nominated musicians - Agoura Hills Acorn
Google News - almost 6 years
Grammy-nominated artists Patrice Rushen and Ndugu Chancle as well as special guest guitarist Doc Powell will headline the concert, which attracts thousands of fans since its debut four years ago. The Calabasas High School Jazz Band under the direction
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Playboy Jazz Fest hosts free concert June 5 - Signal
Google News - almost 6 years
Headlining the event is 1+One featuring Patrice Rushen and Ndugu Chancler with special guest Doc Powell. Considered one of the world's top jazz pianists, Rushen has performed with such stellar artists as Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Prince,
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POP REVIEW; For a Night, the Sweet Sounds of Mikell's
NYTimes - about 13 years
From 1969 to 1991, a fondly remembered club called Mikell's occupied the corner of 97th Street and Columbus Avenue. On Thursday night Mikell's was resurrected a few blocks away for a concert of soul, funk and jazz at Symphony Space. It was a tribute to how a club can be both a scene and a musical crucible. Musicians who turned up regularly on
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SUMMER FESTIVALS; POP/JAZZ
NYTimes - almost 19 years
The following list of performers and concert dates is selective. Performances are subject to change. Alaska JUNEAU JAZZ AND CLASSICS FESTIVAL '98 Various sites, Juneau (907-463-3378). Johnnie Johnson (May 22-23); Helen Baldassare (May 23); Diana Krall Trio (May 24); Beale Street Blues (May 25); the Trenchcoats (May 30). California HOLLYWOOD BOWL
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In a Trice, Decorous Becomes Party Time
NYTimes - about 20 years
Wednesday night's Jazz Explosion at Carnegie Hall, which wasn't jazz but did have a few explosions, split up into two concerts. The first featured decorous performances by the singers Diane Reeves and Will Downing, the saxophonist Gerald Albright, the guitarist Doc Powell and the keyboardist Alex Bugnon, all of whom maintained the distance between
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THE VILLAGE BECOMES A JAZZ FESTIVAL
NYTimes - over 33 years
a sleepy-looking bunch of musicians, record-business people, managers, disk jockeys, club owners, journalists, relatives and hangers-on - club-hopping in Greenwich Village is the only way to live. And club-hopping is the basis of the second Greenwich Village Jazz Festival, which begins tonight at 5:30 with a free concert. There's probably more and
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