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Michael Quinn and the Bourbon Kings at Hollywood Pizza in Panyu. A rare show in Panyu featuring JoAnn Peterson on cello and Andrew Marks on guitar. One night only.
Ivan Strunin, JoAnn Peterson, and Michael Quinn return to Portal Bar in Macau. Don't miss this opportunity to catch our cellist JoAnn playing on her OWN cello with amazing sound as well as Americana fiddle playing master Ivan Strunin. Possible special guests to sit in.
One night only! Featuring our harmony singing fiddle player from Shanghai, Timothy Booth who will be joining cellist, percussionist, and harmony singer JoAnn Peterson and myself on lead vocal, guitar and percussion. Catch us at Hooley's, Guangzhou's premier live music venue.
Michael Quinn and the bourbon kings first show in Guangzhou featuring cellist JoAnn Peterson.
Michael Quinn and the Bourbon Kings will represent the United Sates again this year at Carnaval International De Victoria in Victoria, Seychelles. We'll be bringing an expanded show this year featuring lasso tricks, fire juggling and dancers from BurlesqueMN!
Sounds Like: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Van Morrison, John Hiatt, Elvis Costello, Neil Young
Bio: Asia’s #1 Americana band and US Cultural delegation defy logic and reasoning?
Global nomad Michael Quinn and his far flung troupe of multi-ethnic, roots rockers, the Bourbon Kings, have traveled hundreds of thousands of miles crisscrossing the globe, tilting at wind mills, attempting to dispel t...See Full Bio
“The Shanghai St Patrick’s celebration – Féile Shanghai – is a firm fixture in the Shanghai cultural calendar. This is one of the largest non-ticketed public events in Shanghai. A large crowd of curious Chinese and expectant Irish gathered at Huaihai Park. Among the highlights of the day were Americana group Michael Quinn and the Bourbon Kings, the dancing displays of Celtic Storm (a Shanghai Troupe of Irish dancers), Irish traditional music group, Fling, from Galway, and local Irish group Boxty Rebellion.”