Joe Howell

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Joe Howell
Also known as Joe, Stage, Jay
Born New York, New York, United States
Genres Hip hop, Gospel
Occupation(s) Computer engineer audio engineer, record producer, songwriter
Years active 1991–present
Labels Arista, Universal, Bad Boy
Website www.stageten.com

Joe (Stage) Howell is an American executive, producer and engineer. He has worked on various projects with artists such as The Notorious B.I.G.[1] and Total. In 1996 he received ASCAP's Rhythm and Soul Award.[2][not in citation given] He co-wrote the R&B Hit "Can't You See"[3] performed by Total.

Howell started his music career by working as a recording engineer in studios such as NYC's Chung King Studios, Quad Studios, Playground Studios under Untouchables/LaFace Entertainment, Sound on Sound, and Platinum Island. While working in audio engineering and music production work, he secured a music publishing deal with Polygram/Universal Music Publishing via "Midnight Music".

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