“The Los Angeles Times
I'll say it again "what you guys are doing borders on religious" Not sure if you were seeing what I did but the entire atmosphere changed from a bunch of people watching a band to a lets get it on party as soon as you took the stage!
Even the other bands were watching in what I can only say was shock
I didn't mean to be overbearing and seem to be all up in your stuff before/after the show but I really do enjoy watching you play.
I think that you guys are bringing something back to rock that's been missing since G-N-R left the scene and that's dirty reckless beautiful noise.
The punk thing just aint where its at for me.
Love the new stuff and can't wait to see you again ,gotta get on earlier to catch the majority of the crowd not to mention to be able to say follow that!
Great time and worth the wait.”
The Los Angeles Times
“The song "Burnin", with it's huge fan base can be heard in the skateboarding cult film "Thrashin", where it first appeared in a motion picture soundtrack. "Love on the Radio" also made it's first motion picture debut in the same movie. Another Touchstone Pictures, "Gross Anatomy" also included both these songs as well. It's all about the music. The band's first professional experience in Los Angeles was opening for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at the Whisky a Go-Go on Sunset in Hollywood
Some of the Halloween movies !!
Burnin” and three other tracks caught the attention of Mitchell Lieb of Touchstone Pictures
just heard the news that one of the Weazels' songs "Shake It Down Cold" from their new CD is going to be in the new movie "The Last Anniversary" and on the movie's soundtrack!!! I really enjoyed him taking in this interview about how he does not use the pedal while playing...so cool! I love Terry and the feeling he puts in his music.”
— Hoollywood Reporter
"Terry Quinn & the weazels" will be releasing their long awaited new album " Quinntastrophe" .
They will also be on the cover of the cover of "Rock Musician Monthly ".
Pick up a copy and get"Weazeled".
"Rock Musician Monthly ".
"The Best Band in Los Angeles"
-No Respect- (Italy)
— -No Respect- (Italy)
“Born in Natchez, Mississippi, Quinn grew up in a town that was home to many noted guitar players through the years. By the time he was ten years of age, he was ripping the guitar up in his own band, playing anywhere he could. With influences like Carl Perkins, George Harrison, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton to name a few, Quinn became one of the most sought after guitarist in the region by the time he turned thirteen. Quinn moved to California and began playing the Los Angeles clubs along the infamous Sunset Strip to rave reviews in the local music scene media. Quinn landed a record deal with Polygram and appeared in the movie “Dutch Treat” . Quinn is performing with his band in LA "The Weazels" a hard, raw, house rockin' power trio "The Weazels" have several successful releases of record over the past few years, one of them, "Tattoo Voodoo" received high praises on the LA music scene.”
— Rock Weekly
“Quinn was born and raised in the deep south of Mississippi where he started singing at an early age in church. He started writing songs at the age of 10 and at the age of 12 started playing in garage bands. At 17 years old Quinn hit the road touring and moved to Los Angeles, California. In Los Angeles Quinn has written for and appeared in both film and television. His live performances are powerful rock/soul/blues foundations that indeed showcase Quinn as the real thing. Quinn is performing live at the most sought after venues around the country. Currently, Quinn is in the studio working on the upcoming CD release " Quinntastrophe"...........”
Rock City News
“The dry, dirty Delta meets Marshall tone of Quinn's guitar maintains a perfect balance of midrange bite and nastiness . There are only three tunes that we'd consider explicit, the rest are PG rated at the worst.FAST,LOUD AND DRITY !
Terry Quinn, the guitarist/singer/
songwriter of the band.
Fast, Loud and Dirty
— Music Connection
“The Weazels appeal is universal, their sound is all their own and their story's unique. They are the type of band that starts a fistfight that everyone cheers on and hollers for more....................................... This shit fuckin' rocks. Plenty of major riffage, smoke & whiskey vocals, fat bottoms and fat leads. You and yours can fuck to this, fight to this, or get arrested to this. Cop some killa, you ain't shit if you ain't Weazeled.
Rock Musician Monthly”
— Rock Musician Monthly
“the weazels DYNAMIC FAST FURIOUS THREE PIECE BAND FROM L.A.,CALIFORNIA, USA. THEY REALLY ROCK LIKE HELL, THEY RULE THE SCENE WITH THUNDERING GUITARS, MEAN SOLOS, HEAVY BUT CATCHY RIFFS AND RAUCOUS SINGING OF THE ALMOST CHOKED VOICE OF QUINN. . ABSOLUTELY DON'T MISS THEM IF YOU'RE IN to SWEATY ROCK AND ROLL! UNDERGROUND PRESS
“THE WEAZELS The first thing you notice is the rawness,what remains is a pure rock n roll freak out. So gut drenching untamed and rough, it sounds like you've stepped into an out of control rock n roll meltdown.
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