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Name  Carl Summers

Role  Singer
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Carl Summers (born November 22, 1943), known by his stage name Carl Rogel, is an American singer, songwriter, and producer. He was with a band known as The Continentals and trained under Barry White in 1969.


He was known as Carl Rogel, signed to Stax Records' Enterprise label in 1974. He also performed as an alternate lead singer and harmony singer with original The Coasters - Will "Dub" Jones, Billy Guy, Cornell Gunter, Young Jessie, Adolph Jacobs for thirty four years.

As a producer, he produced Joe Tex, Edwin Starr and Band of Gypsys for Haze Records. He sang with DJ Rogers' Choir on Edwin Hawkins' records.

As a background singer, he sang on Edwin Hawkins' records and on the D.J. Rogers' albums for RCA Records.


  • 1974: Country Boy City Man by Cix Bits Band
  • 1974: two singles on Stax Records - Season's Greetings, New Years Resolutions
  • 1979: "You Can Do That Swang" on Motown Records
  • Producer Credit

  • 1969: "Mini-Skirt Minnie" sung by Wilson Pickett
  • 1997: "Can't Stop Thinking About You" sung by Edwin Starr in U.K.
  • Other ventures

    Carl Summers produced music video for "Return of The Gap Band" in 1992.


    Carl Summers Wikipedia

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