Jerome Powell

Soul singer songwriter from Washington D.C.
He came from a musical family and had several recordings under his belt. His first 45 was “Home To Stay/Live and Let Live” written by Thom Bell and Chubby Checker and Freddie Perren and Jerry Butler respectively, and recorded on Cameo-Parkway Records in 1962. Then in 1972 he went to a Silver Spring, Maryland studio with cousin Archie Powell, who had a hit with The Presidents’ “5-10-15-20 (25-30 Years of Love),” and recorded covers of The Ascots‘ “Mother Said” and “It’s Alright,” which were written by the talented close relative.
Cousin of Archie Powell and Eddie Powell
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Jerome Powell Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

P-927 Jerome Powell Home To Stay / Live And Let Live(7", Single, Promo) Parkway P-927 US 1964 Sell This Version
101 Jerome Powell Mother Said(7", Single) 3-WA Records 101 US Unknown Sell This Version