Dwayne Russell's credits enclude co writing with Stevie Nicks, keyboard
programing and digital recording on James Ingram's It's Real Album.
Dwayne has worked in the studio with Howard Hewett, Ruth Pointer, of the
Pointer Sisters, Gerald Albright, Pual Jackson Jr., Freddie Washington,
Jeff Picaro and many others. His music has recentlt been accepted by the
Musak Corporation for world wide distribution. His music is featured
on Jango Radio and in many music libraries.
Dwayne was also the first in history to record a 48 piece orchestra
onto digital hard disk in Ocean Way studios on the James Ingram "It's
Real" album in 1988. Since that album, which produced a #1 single on
the pop charts, Dwayne's fantasy with digital medium has lead countless
productions and recordings heard all over the world. Today he produces
his own recordings and has launched his new label Gville Records.