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Quinn DeVeaux "Tiger In Your Tank" at the Independent Saturday July 16th

seaweedsway on July 12, 2011 19:11

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    Song is off the new album, Under Covers, being released this Saturday!

    Saturday July 16th
    SeaweedSway Presents:
    Quinn DeVeaux's CD Release Party
    with the Mumlers
    at the Independent

    Address: 628 Divisadero St. @ Hayes, SF
    Time: 8:30 doors / 9pm show
    Tix: $15 http://ticketf.ly/quinntix
    RSVP: http://on.fb.me/july16quinn
    http://quinndeveaux.com
    http://themumlers.com
    http://independentsf.com

    We'd like to invite you to Quinn's CD Release Party at The Independent on Saturday, July 16th. Local favorites The Mumlers will open the night with their indie-pop-folk-dance tunes.

    "Under Covers" is the debut album by Quinn DeVeauxand the Blue Beat Review. The sound is "blue beat" – music that stems from the R&B, New Orleans soul, and gospel that form the roots of rock and roll.

    Quinn puts on a dynamic show with his 7-piece band, which includes piano, bass, drums, and three gospel-tinged female background singers. For the past two years he's been getting young crowds moving to his classic sounds, and is stirring up interest in roots music in the Bay Area. Quinn has already headlined The Independent, has performed at Outside Lands, and will be opening up for Aaron Neville at Stern Grove on August 7.

    His debut CD is a tribute to his influences entitled "Under Covers". It's a very cool contemporary take on the roots of rock and R&B, with songs by Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, The Meters, Chris Kenner and the Soul Stirrers.

    The first video for the album is here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bkQT0Pt00w

    SF Chronicle Interview:
    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=%2Fc%2Fa%2F2011%2F06%2F30%2FPKAA1K28B8.DTL

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