Quinten has wowed audiences across the nation, from the historical Bitter End Club in NYC to the famous Granada Theater in Dallas.
Quinten studied at the legendary University of North Texas School of Music, which led to his first CD (Aspects of the Soul). While at the School of Music, Quinten performed with the famous UNT Lab Band and wrote compositions that are s
till performed today. It was Quinten’s second DC (Start of a New Day) that led to a friendship with Rock-N-Roll Hall-of-Famer and Grammy winner Will Lee along with Dan Wojciechowski and Bradley Knight. All three heavy hitters returned to record Quinten’s critically acclaimed third CD (Reunion), which is his most personal to date.
As a Mesa Boogie Artist/Endorsee, Quinten focuses on creating definitively huge guitar sounds. Quinten’s music was recently featured in a documentary on the history of Mesa Boogie and it’s founder Randall Smith on the Ion Channels series, The World’s Best. He has been a demand in the studio scene and has worked with many heavy hitters in the musical arena. To learn more about Quinten’s tone visit his Mesa Boogie feature page.
Between performing, writing, session work, and producing, Quinten Hope’s name has become more and more prominent on the “hot list” of players and himself a hightly sought after talent.