Gene Dunlap is a diverse “Grammy Award Nominated” musician. He honed his craft at Detroit Mumford High School where he teamed up with his friend and fellow musician, guitarist Earl Klugh. Together, as the Earl Klugh Trio, the duo performed in local clubs with other musicians. Although they eventually chose separate musical paths, Gene Dunlap continued to perform and write music. His talents as a writer, composer and producer caught the attention of Capitol Records.
At Capitol, Dunlap recorded three solo albums: It’s Just the Way I Feel, Party In Me and Tired of Being a Nice Guy. Which enabled him to write and produce much of his own material.
Gene Dunlap has also been involved in a variety of projects with other major recording artist including touring and recording with Ronnie Laws, Hubert Laws, George Benson, Roy Ayers, Grant Green, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Noel Pointer, Bob James, Bobby Lyle, Marcus Miller, Mary Wilson, Tina Marie, George Duke and Patrice Rushen.
GENE DUNLAP BAND MEMBERS:
Carl Holmes – Bass
Nick Stone – Saxophone
Marvin Crosson – Percussion
Derrick Benford – Keyboards
Matt Callaway – Guitar