Guitar prodigy Quinn Sullivan has been on a rocket ship to stardom since the day he first picked up a guitar at the age of 3. By age 6, he was featured on Ellen, and by age 8 he had been taken in as a protégé of blues elder statesman Buddy Guy. He’s been on a wild ride ever since, performing with legends like Eric Clapton and BB King, playing top festivals around the world, and being featured on virtually every major TV show including The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Oprah, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, a recent segment on CBS Saturday Morning, and more.
Now, at age 18, Quinn has just released his third studio album, Midnight Highway. On the heels of his album release, Live For Live Music is proud to premiere the brand new music video for his single “Something For Me”:
Says Quinn of the tune, “Something For Me was one of the first songs we recorded for this new record. It starts with a swampy slide intro and takes you back in time for a few moments and then brings you right back to today with a modern interpretation of the Blues. We really stretch out musically on this one, paying tribute to some of my idols and their influence on the way I approach the guitar.”