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Kellen Powers is a seasoned musician, songwriter, and producer with over 25 years of professional experience. As a member of Jupiter Highway and the owner of PowerSonic Studios, he has been a cornerstone of the Savannah music scene for more than two decades. Kellen's collaborative spirit shines through his portfolio of work alongside notable bands and artists such as Matthew Wesley, Jay Morelock, Susannah Kennedy, Victor Solis (Keystone Postcard), Phillip Wise (Missing Parts), Andrew Gill (Junkyard Angel), Joseph Wilson (Lullwater), Ben Lewis, Dan Whittemore (Burnboy), Viefa, Brent Collins (Slo Moon), My Maiden Name and many others. His versatility and dedication are evident not only in his contributions to these diverse projects but also in his solo career and innovative ventures like children’s music project Dylan and Keats, and composing for the TV show Snips Tips.


Kellen's music is influenced by a wide array of artists, from Chris Cornell and The Beach Boys to Chris Stapleton, Neil Diamond, Harry Styles, Noah Kahan, Barenaked Ladies, Justin Timberlake, and Simon and Garfunkel. This eclectic mix of influences informs his sound, blending genres and eras to create music that resonates with a broad audience.


Beyond the studio and stage, Kellen is deeply committed to his roles as a father and husband. He is an avid scuba diver and lifelong fisherman, passions that allow him to connect with the natural world and find inspiration for his art. Kellen also enjoys exploring his creativity through art and carpentry, skills that reflect the same attention to detail and craftsmanship he brings to his music.


In a career marked by heartfelt performances, innovative collaborations, and a dedication to the crafting of music, Kellen Powers stands out as a dynamic force in the industry. His work reflects a commitment to authenticity, creativity, and professionalism, devoid of hyperbole, resonating with audiences and fellow musicians alike.

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