Playoff baseball is underway, and The Quinn is just a wee bit distracted by the ongoing Cubs/Nationals battle in Game 3 of the NLDS. Still, that doesn’t stop us from bringing you the finest in (mostly local) independent music on The Quinn Spinn, including…
Artist: The Wayside Shakeup
Single: Hometown Burndown
Release Date: Summer 2017
Artist: Warren North
Album: Game of Love EP
Release Date: June 6, 2017
Our May-riffic weekend continued into Sunday, with variety being the theme of the day. Sunday’s lineup ran the gamut of rock and roll, providing a little something for everyone.
Before Summer Scouts hit the American Spirits Roadhouse stage as part of our May-riffic Music Festival on Saturday, May 27 (8:15 p.m.), we want to give you a preview of what’s to come with the video for the band’s newest single, “Give It Our All.”
Hear Marc Ambrosia’s new single, “Let Me Be Your Secret,” this Monday on an all-new edition of The Quinn Spinn.
After his brilliant 2015 pop rock effort, “Footprints,” captivated regional audiences with its sense of wonder and imagination, South Jersey native singer-songwriter Marc Ambrosia has returned with a more mature, R&B-infused sound on his new single, “Let Me Be Your Secret.”
You’ve seen our first two batches of May-riffic Music Festival lineup announcements. So far, it’s a stacked festival, filled top to bottom with some of the Valley’s best artists across genres.
We’ve got one last batch for you, to put the icing on the cake for what is going to be an epic day on May 13. Here we go!
It’s — quite literally — an all-new edition of The Quinn Spinn. We have nothing but brand new tracks for you today from a great variety of indie artists, far and wide.
We also have a fun, lighthearted Stupid News, and Somethin’ Good that can help you live a balanced, healthier life.
Jon Paul Smith is an unbelievable talent. The Reading-area musician plays, including voice, 19 instruments on his album, “Indeed,” released under his solo project, Jon Smith’s Voyages. Jon joins us on today’s show to talk the album, his live performances, and plans for the future.
We also have a semi-local Stupid News, and a heartwarming story for Somethin’ Good. Plus, so many great tunes that you’re sure to love!
Artist: Jon Smith’s Voyages
Album: Indeed (LISTEN)
Released: Nov. 2, 2016
Genre: Pop Rock
At first, you may think – from the full sound and intricate, plentiful instrumentation of “Indeed” – that Jon Smith’s Voyages is comprised of a small orchestra. No one man could produce the variety of sounds from the number of instruments (19, including vocals) featured here.
We’re here to tell you how wrong you are.