Ted Quinn | KCET
As President and Music director for Morongo Basin Arts Council, Quinn produced two compilation CD's, featuring many of the desert's most interesting musicians, while presiding over the 2011 Hwy 62 Art Tours, the area's largest annual Arts event.
Since moving to Joshua Tree in the mid-nineties, Quinn has produced ten albums of his original music, including several which were recorded over a decades-long relationship with the legendary Rancho de la Luna studio.
Quinn has hosted thousands of performances at weekly open mics, currently presenting dozens of singers, songwriters, poets and comedians, weekly, at Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertown and at the Joshua Tree Saloon.
Quinn's professional career began one half century ago, as a child actor in Hollywood.
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