|Dwayne DCat Cornelius|
Fort Worth Texas
|Occupation||Music Producer Musician Songwriter|
|Children||Krystel Fredie Jason Max|
DCat (1965 – Present) Dwayne Cornelius is an American music producer, engineer and musician. He has worked in the music industry since the age of 15. As a teen, he played drums in Natalie Cole's touring band. He formed DCat Music Publishing in 1988 and began writing and performing with artists including Natalie Cole, The Womack Family, members of the Jackson family and Earth, Wind and Fire. He became a part of the Parliament-Funkadelic universe, collaborating on numerous works with George Clinton and Clinton’s son Tracey “Treylewd” Lewis. Professionally known as DCat, Cornelius lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, but spent five years in Denmark and Germany working with Scatman John and playing drums for Womack & Womack, and his own band Da Bomb. He also works with many hip hop artists and producers, including Meech Wells, DJ Battlecat, Jay Z, Omarion, and Snoop Dogg and R&B Legends Billy Preston and Bobby Womack. He appeared in the film Shout starring John Travolta and a young Gwyneth Paltrow as himself, the drummer in the bar band. DCat owns and runs the production company/talent pool, the DCAT Music Network.
DCat is the creator of the Mongolian TV reality show "All Or Nothing".
Biography[edit | edit source]
DCat was born in Fort Worth Texas, 1965. His mother was a Medical Assistant and father was a Preacher. In 1987 he met his wife, Jane Bunk in Hollywood, California. They were married in Thisted, Denmark 1989 and have 5 children.
Early life[edit | edit source]
DCat started playing drums at 9. At 13 he formed his first band “Spoiled Brat” with Curtis “Binky” Womack Jr.and Cecil Womack Jr. a.k.a. Meech Wells and performed at the Roxy and Rainbow in Hollywood. DCat quickly gaining a reputation as a gifted and talented young prodigy.
Marriage and children[edit | edit source]
In 1989 DCat met his wife, Jane Bunk in Hollywood. They were married in 1989 and have 5 children.
Discography[edit | edit source]
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