2018 Black History Celebration:
Coming  February 2018
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2009 Black History Celebration in Peoria
"Show Stoppers"
National Recording Artist and Author, Jesse McGuire  To Perform at The 2016 Black History Celebration February 27

Dr. Jesse R. McGuire, Sr.

Author, Recording Artist, Actor, Doctor of Ministry

 

From humble beginnings as a nine year old nervously playing his first trumpet solo in church, Jesse overcame dyslexia to attain the position of "Lead trumpet" in the prestigious "Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra," under the direction of Wynton Marsalis.

 

Jesse’s achievements are impressive and diverse.  He’s performed with world-renowned artists, including: Tower of Power, Frankie Valli, Arturo Sandoval, James Brown, Andrae Crouch, and Stevie Wonder, to name a few.

 

He authored and self-published an autobiography, trumpeter’s guide, fiction novels, self-help Christian books, and a book of Inspirational poetry.  His latest, “Raising Doctors on a Patient’s Salary,” is considered his best literary work to date. 

 

In 2009, Jesse received a regional EMMY award, for “On Camera Talent – Performer/Narrator.”

 

Jesse has been honored to perform for three United States presidents.  He’s also performed at professional sporting events across the country; most notably performing the National Anthem during the 2001 World Series, for which he received a World Series championship ring from the Arizona Diamondbacks. 

 

Dr. McGuire’s latest recording, PowerTrump: “Twice as Good, for Half as Much,” is a collection of original jazz instrumentals,released on PowerTrump Records. 

 

Dr. McGuire earned his Doctor of Ministry (Summa Cum Laude) degree from Freedom Bible College and Seminary.  A resident of Phoenix, Arizona, Jesse McGuire is the President of PowerTrump, Inc.  

 

 



















2008 Black History Celebration
Featuring Beau Williams








2011
Black History Celebration
The Mighty Clouds of Joy
  Peoria,AZ
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