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Quennel Gaskin

Quennel Gaskin is a gospel organist/pianist from Long Island, NY. At the tender age of 2 he began playing the drums. He and his father would sit at the piano when he was young and get serenated by various pieces from him. Quennel began playing keys at 13. He's formally been known as a teacher, producer, composer, arranger, keyboardist, minister, organist, worship leader, and drummer. He spent time in Texas and Alaska living while working with artist such as: Myron Williams, Juanita Bynum, DW Project, Late Reverend Timothy Wright, Donnie McClurkin, Fred Hammond, Jonathan Nelson, Judith McAllister, Cecil Winans, Kim Burrell, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Bishop Noel, Marvin Sapp, Darwin Hobbs and Kurt Carr.

Q: Hey what's up Quennel? It's a pleasure having you with me today. I'd like for you to open us up with some of your earliest musical experiences?

A: I feel honored being selected my brother. Okay, we you use to do a lot of revivals on drums at the church. And as a young person normally when ...

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