Along with his funky keyboard playing, Larry Dunn (created: Lawrence Dunhill) helped transform Earth, Wind and Fire into among the all-time most successful R&B bands, with sales greater than 90 million albums worldwide, and 16 Grammy nominations. Furthermore to playing body organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards, and clavinet using the group from 1972 until 1983, he offered a long time as music movie director, overseeing rehearsals and composing many musical segues and medleys. His debut single record, Lover’s Silhouette, offering such guests as Phil Upchurch, Ronnie Laws and regulations, and Earth, Breeze and Fire’s Ralph Johnson and Al McKay, premiered in Japan in 1992. Although a Western european release implemented in 1993, the record remained unavailable in america for another 3 years. Co-owner, along with his wife Luisa and lawyer Darroll S. Elliott, of the production company, Supply Productions, Dunn provides produced and constructed music for many commercials and movies. His creation and/or performance knowledge includes use George Duke, Lenny White, Paulinho Da Costa, Ramsey Lewis, Stanley Turrentine, and Dianne Reeves. As well as other associates of Earth, Breeze and Fireplace, Dunn was inducted in to the Stone Hall of Popularity in March 2000.