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Quinn Deveaux

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Singer/Songwriter Quinn DeVeaux

Jrodconcerts: The Podcast

Jamie is joined by R&B Soulman Quinn DeVeaux, author of one of the best albums of 2020 'Book of Soul'. With music that takes you back to the sound of Sam Cooke, Al Green, and Ray Charles, DeVeaux has established himself as a critic favorite, and one of today's 'Soul Ambassadors' in North America.  Join us, as DeVeaux takes us into his fascinating life story that began in Gary, Indiana, and onto today's music charts. For more, www.quinndeveaux.com.

27mins

18 Aug 2020

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Pipeman Interviews Quinn DeVeaux

Pipeman in the Pit

Pipeman Interviews Quinn DeVeauxPipeman in the Pit is a segment of The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show (#pipemanradio) broadcast live on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com), W4VET Radio, and K4HD Radio - Hollywood Talk Radio (www.k4hd.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). This podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com).

19mins

12 Aug 2020

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Pipeman Interviews Quinn DeVeaux

Pipeman's Power of Music

Pipeman Interviews Quinn DeVeauxPipeman's Power of Music is a segment of The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show (#pipemanradio) broadcast live on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com), W4VET Radio, and K4HD Radio - Hollywood Talk Radio (www.k4hd.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). This podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com).

19mins

12 Aug 2020

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Interview with ​Quinn DeVeaux

Bringin' it Backwards

We had the pleasure of interviewing Quinn DeVeaux over Zoom video!​​​​Please share while we are #togetherathome ​​​​​​“Soul, early blues, and old-school country-influenced musician Quinn DeVeaux recently released the energetic foot-stomping Book of Soul via QDV Records. The Nashville-based artist demonstrates his musical versatility and vitality once again with this new record; an uplifting affair that brings to mind the sound of recordings from Memphis’ famed Sun Studios in another era. Entirely written and produced by Quinn himself, Book of Soul was recorded in Nashville, TN at The Bomb Shelter, projecting a warm aura that is both rapturous and healing with a focus on modern storytelling.​​​​Songs like the resplendent “Been Too Long” and sumptuous “All I Need” fit right alongside contemporaries Nathaniel Rateliff, Anderson Paak and Leon Bridges where the sweetly subdued “Come On Home” and rhythmic “Trouble” are reminiscent of the best Al Green classic Stax soul grooves. In between, other influences pop up like the Bill Withers-flavored “Gimme Your Love” or the early New Orleans R&B feel of “Take Me Home” and “Walk and Talk." All influences are taken to new heights in Quinn’s hands. “I love this record and feel that I am at the beginning of a new era in my creative life,” says Quinn. “I want as many people to hear this record as possible and looking back I'm not sure I ever felt that way. This record has more of my soul in it than anything I've done.”​​​​Quinn DeVeaux is an old head on young shoulders. His signature “blue beat soul” sound is one half retro, one half future, paying homage to blues, R&B and soul that came before, but looking forward by putting his own modern mark on it with self-penned songs and unique guitar stylings. He spent his early years in Gary, Indiana (birthplace of The Jackson 5) living with his grandmother, a former jazz singer. Though Quinn’s early years were rooted in church choir, blues, old-school country and soul were in his blood. While still a teenager, Quinn headed west to San Francisco with just a guitar and his golden voice, settling in the Mission District, where he became a founding member of the local group Blue Roots. ​​​​Quinn went on to form Quinn DeVeaux & The Blue Beat Review and released a string of well-regarded albums that garnered accolades from the Bay Area music press. His raucous rollicking live shows packed venues and dance floors with irresistible beats and his smooth soulful voice. Quinn is a commanding frontman whose electrifying live performances gives audiences a boisterous good time. SF Weekly raved, “He calls his music ‘blue beat.’ But what comes out when Quinn DeVeaux hits the mic might as well be called pure joy…the warm grit of his guitar work, DeVeaux has a joyous sound all his own.” ​​ ​​Quinn is a veteran of the festival show circuit with performances at Outside Lands (audience of 200,000) Joshua Tree Festival, Master Musicians Festival, Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival and Stern Grove Festival where he has taken the same stage as Aaron Neville, Taj Mahal, Kool & The Gang, Rebirth Brass Band and more.​​​​Book of Soul is modern in delivery, but the release reminds the listener of a simpler time when soul and R&B ruled the airwaves. As the San Francisco Chronicle noted, “Quinn is one of the Bay Area’s best-kept secrets (at least for now)”... and Book of Soul is changing that.”​​​​​​We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com ​​​​www.BringinitBackwards.com https://americansongwriter.com/american-songwriter-podcast-network/bringin-it-backwards-podcast/​​​​#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #foryou #foryoupage #stayhome #togetherathome #zoom--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support

47mins

9 Jun 2020

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Ep. 262 - Quinn DeVeaux

Concert Pipeline

Concert Pipeline’s two hundred sixty second episode featuring Quinn DeVeaux.

14 May 2020

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Quinn DeVeaux MVLP #13 - 4/12/17

Mad Valley Lodge Podcast

Quinn DeVeaux has the smoothest yet dirty spank you voice we've heard in decades. With all the style and subtlety of the great soul/blues singers of the earth bound golden days. His honest and telling delivery grabs you and paints a story on the wall of your mind where you’ll long to stay and admire the view.

1hr 6mins

12 Apr 2017

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Quinn Deveaux and the Blue Beat Review

Chasing The Moon

There’s the kind of music that moves you: to stand up, drum your fingers, tap your feet, respond in some physical way to the notes being laid down. That’s what Quinn Deveaux and his band, The Blue Beat Review, have managed to create. Pay particular attention to how much life Chris Seibert breathes into our piano! You may find yourself wanting to get up and dance around the room while watching this episode, and that’s ok.

18mins

5 Sep 2009

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Quinn Deveaux and the Blue Beat Review

Chasing The Moon - SD

There’s the kind of music that moves you: to stand up, drum your fingers, tap your feet, respond in some physical way to the notes being laid down. That’s what Quinn Deveaux and his band, The Blue Beat Review, have managed to create. Pay particular attention to how much life Chris Seibert breathes into our piano! You may find yourself wanting to get up and dance around the room while watching this episode, and that’s ok.

18mins

5 Sep 2009