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  • Plain White T’s chat with Quentin Young

    Plain White T’s chat with Quentin Young

    Plain White T’s sit down with Quentin Young for a video interview at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The Plain White T’s shot to fame in 2007 with “Hey There Delilah,” a two-time Grammy-nominated song that for some bands might have been one of those achievements never to be topped. But in subsequent releases, the T’s proved capable of consistent hit-making. Songs such as “1, 2, 3, 4” and “Rhythm of Love,” like “Delilah,” are melodic […]

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  • Eminence Ensemble chat with Quentin Young

    Eminence Ensemble chat with Quentin Young

    Eminence Ensemble sit down for an interview with Quentin at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The term “prog rock” became almost an epithet after the post-Zappa excesses of the 1980s, when the misguided pursued intricacy for its own sake and soul was squeezed out of the musical fabric. Prog-rock bands never went away, just as liberals never went away in the 2000s. They were just avoiding a label that had accrued regrettable connotations. But the term […]

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  • Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer chat with Quentin Young

    Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer chat with Quentin Young

    Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer sit down for an interview with Quentin at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Science and music have a way of mingling in the mind. Tom Scholz, mastermind of the band Boston, was an MIT grad and engineer for Polaroid. Brian May, guitarist for Queen, graduated from “We Will Rock You” to academic astrophysics. Dave McGraw used to be a wildlife biologist. The scientist is now a singer as one half of […]

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  • Ayo Awosika chats with Quentin Young

    Ayo Awosika chats with Quentin Young

    Ayo Awosika chats with Quentin at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Ayo Awosika is based in New York these days, but Colorado music fans will recognize her for her work with Front Range acts such as The Motet. She lived and made music in Colorado for five years, and her connections with Mile High musicians keep her coming back regularly to the state. She returned in May, in fact, to release her debut solo album with […]

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  • Rocktin Grove chat with Quentin Young

    Rocktin Grove chat with Quentin Young

    Rocktin Grove sit down to chat with Quentin at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The guys in Rocktin Grove are all-around creative. Guitarist Wilson Harwood makes jewelry out of guitar strings. Theo Farver made his own guitar (he’s playing it in the band’s Garge session, the one that kind of looks like a gold Gibson Les Paul). When the six band members get together, they make rock music with touches of bluegrass, jamband and roots, and […]

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  • Gasoline Lollipops chat with Quentin Young

    Gasoline Lollipops chat with Quentin Young

    Gasoline Lollipops sit down with Quentin for a video interview at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Clay Rose, frontman of Gasoline Lollipops, pictures Jesus as sporting Elvis-like sideburns. It’s not the most conventional conception of the son of God, but it’s an entertaining one, and it somehow jibes with what it’s like to listen to the Lollipops. The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark […]

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