The album “Staying Power” earned Barry White two Grammys; one for Best R & B Male Solo and the second for Best Traditional R & B Vocal Performance. These were the only two awards that were given to him in his career.
Joey L. Paschal explored many aspects of the entertainment industry including commercials and other creative avenues that would utilize his creative and innovative songwriting style.
Other note worthy accomplishments includes but not limited to:
He is the founder of Sasweetie Productions
1990 - Music Coordinator for the Collins Entertainment Group “Body UP-30 Day Step Aerobics Workout” featuring Karen Gardner
1993 - Writer and Producer for Jam Hair Care Summer East Cost Jingle “Jammin’ Styles” (radio)
1997 - Co Writer of the song "Slow your Roll" for Chrysler/Jeep Cherokee jingle featuring Barry White (Staying Power-Private Music)(television)
1999 - Co Writer on the single "Staying Power" performed by Barry White that was featured on the Fox Network "Alley McBeal Show" (television)
1999 - "Staying Power" won Grammy Awards for Best R&B Male Vocal Solo and Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance (Barry Whites' first and only Grammy Awards of his historic career)
Rap Artist: PAPERBOY ; Session work on the album “City to City"-Song: “Swayz Groov"
R&B Female Vocal Group: FOUR REEL; Live performance
R&B Artist: BARRY WHITE; Co-writer of his Grammy Award winning hit "Staying Power"
R&B Artist: SCOOTER MAC; Writing & Production
R&B Artist: WILLIAM HART (formally of the Delfonics)
Joey L. Paschal is an experienced producer who has a finger on the pulse of the urban R & B/Adult Contemporary music scene. His original style of R & B is once again in the forefront of the music industry bringing with it a fresh new modern day spin to it.
Joey L. Paschal is currently working with A & R Select based in West Hollywood, Ca. for licensing, publishing, a record deal and/or placement opportunities. For additional information, please contact them at: