A passionate blues player from Baltimore, MD - Quinton Randall distinctive growling vocals and wailing guitar work have become a favorite of any audience lucky enough to hear it. He's got an old soul and an intimate connection to his guitar that shines out of his every tune. “I want them to feel a sense of hope, clarity, and freedom” says Quinton Randall, also known as “Q," His talent with his instrument of choice was birthed in 2005. His audience could recognize his potential even then at age 16. His earthy tones resonate with his mixed audiences. His mission is to give his audience what music gave to him, which is an outlet. He has experienced firsthand what blues can do for the soul and wants to continue to spread that feeling everywhere.
Performed at festivals as Artscape, Sowebo, African American Heritage Festival, Berry Hill Festival, Reservoir Hill Festival, Wine Tasting Festival at Eubie Blake, The Gathering Food Truck Festival,
Venues like Eubie Blake National Jazz and Cultural Center, Ottobar, Ram's Head Live,Baltimore Soundstage, Cultural Arts Center, Teavolve, The Brass Monkey, The Five Seasons, 347 Club, Phase 10, Terra Cafe, Austin's Grill, Rob's Open Mics, BCCC, Morgan State University, Smithsonian Musuem, City-view Cafe, Red Maple, Madam's Organ Blues Bar, The Line Up Room, Above Ground Studio, Cat's Eye Pub, Real News Network Studio, Lexington Market, EMP Gallery, The Point In Fells, The Waterfront Tavern, Leadbetter's Tavern, and the greater Fells Point area.
Open Mics/Features: Sweet & Natural, Eclectic Heart [Mt. Rainer], Mic Check at Brookland Cafe, [D.C], Peace & A Cup Of Joe Acoustic Thursdays, Artist Block Collective, Ova West, Be Free, Warm Wednesday, Spirits & Lyrics [VA], Bare Soul, Arsena Schroeder Unplugged + Live House Concert Series in North Carolina, Preshona Ambrita One Love=True Change, Mic Wars Hosted By Naima of Nfinite Productions, Respect The Craft, Phil Jenkins at Red Maple, Marshall Bell Book Release,
Opened for K. Michelle at Baltimore Soundstage, Benjamin Booker at Ottobar, and Lyfe Jennings at The Howard Theatre
Played with Jazz from Dru Hill , Ursula Ricks [blues], Bosley Brown, Brooks Long & The Mad Dog No Good, J Pope & Funk Fridays, Let The Monkey Go [P-Funk AllStars], Marc Evans, QueenEarth & Friends, Colourblind [funk], LOVE the Poet, Teresa The Songbird [of Verses and Flow on TV One], EthePoet-Emcee, Axiom [BlackRoot & WordSlave], Liberated Muse, Mosno Al-Moseeki, Travis "Gillateen" Case