About Sandy and George
From DOLCE to LipStick and DipStick, AllMusicConsidered musicians and artists, Sandy and George are always studying new music or creating new music.
Sandy Dhuyvetter and George Powell are a duo in life and music. Sandy is a California girl in a Northern Michigan world. George is a native Michigan boy who has lived in California and is known as a world class wooden boat restoration expert. Together they play and build bridges with their music around the world.This website is dedicated to showcasing their passion for music and their journey as musicians. Here you will find information about their upcoming gigs, their music, and their story. Join them on this musical adventure!
Before we start in on the musicianship, let’s talk Mom vibes. There is little question that the Mother of the ‘baddest’ Bounty Hunter in the Galaxy is Sandy Dhuyvetter. Dhuyvetter is best known by her fans as ‘Momma Fett’ for her contribution to the character of Boba Fett. Sandy produced custom art for Lucas that included set designs and artwork for “More American Graffiti” and the first 3 Boba Fett costumes in her commercial studio named Day Dream Productions near San Francisco in 1977 thru 1979.
Sandy has dedicated her career to the Arts which includes designing, illustrating, writing, and performing music both on stage and in studio. Since moving to Leelanau County from San Francisco Bay Area in 2013, Dhuyvetter continues to play music and distribute her creative designs and illustrations via the entertainment and tourism industries around the world. Most recently, she served as the Director of Leelanau UnCaged from 2019-2023, a one-day music and art event that highlights 35 bands on 6 stages. Sandy also works extensively with the country of Jordan and her partner Mona Naffa Nazzal promoting tourism through film and music. See Sandy Dhuyvetter - Wikipedia
George’s formal education is in photography, which he has practiced for book illustration, architectural, documentary, as well as landscape and artistic photography.
He pursued a career as an entrepreneur Boatwright, boatbuilding, pattern-making, model-making for architectural design, and specialized and curvilinear architectural detailing, such as staircases.
He owns and operates a company performing museum restoration of historic wooden vessels, particularly those used in lifesaving. One such restoration was the vessel used in the filming of the Disney movie, The Finest Hours. He is presently engaged in the restoration of three vessels of 80 110 and 170 years old. He often gives presentations on historic reconstruction, including the restoration project for Disney.
He most recently was the chairman of the music committee in charge of choosing 35 performing bands and acts for the annual one day music festival called Leelanau UnCaged, one of the top rated annual music festival in Northport MI.
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