Posts Tagged ‘Terry Quiett Band’

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 3)

Episode 3 of Underrated Guitarists highlights Davy Knowles, Tinsley Ellis, and Terry Quiett.

Terry Quiett Band: Taking Sides Review

The latest release from the Terry Quiett Band, Taking Sides, is an eclectic mix of hard-hard hitting rockers, soulful ballads, and gorgeous minor gems, featuring Quiett’s impressive guitar chops punctuated by a crisp horn section, a rock-solid rhythm section, and some tasty blues harp.

Terry Quiett Band: A Night At The Orpheum Review

On the heels of their latest release, Just My Luck, the Terry Quiett Band is releasing their first live album, A Night At The Orpheum, on July 31. Though expectations are high after the release of Just My Luck in 2011, Quiett doesn’t disappoint, turning in an album that showcases his masterful ballad playing and […]

Terry Quiett Interview (Podcast)

The Terry Quiett Band has traveled over 200,000 miles playing gigs in the United States since 2006. In 2011, the band released their new album Just My Luck produced by Jim Gaines (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Santana, Albert Collins, Steve Miller Band, George Thorogood, Luther Allison). This year the band is preparing a new live album, […]

Terry Quiett Band: Just My Luck Review

Just My Luck, the latest album from the Terry Quiett Band, is an album that proves that music is just as much about feeling and expression as it is technique and ability. While Quiett is obviously a very good musician from a technical standpoint (which is proven by his unbelievable vocals on “Close to You” […]

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