About Q Brothers
The Q Brothers are GQ and JQ. They both started in the off-broadway smash hit, “The Bomb-itty of Errors.” G and three of his friends adapted Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors into modern rhyme and J made the beats. G played more than four characters in the play and J was the live DJ. G’s been on the silver screen in a number of movies, including “Drumline”, “What’s The Worst That Could Happen”, and the forthcoming “Rescue Dawn” starring Christian Bale and directed by Werner Herzog. The twosome also wrote and starred in their own hip-hop/sketch comedy TV show for MTV, along with other Bomb-itty guys. It was called “Scratch and Burn”, and it has become somewhat of a cult classic to young people everywhere. During this time, G worked on a movie script and Showtime gave him the money to shoot the film “Just Another Story”, written and directed by and starring himself. J, his trusty sidekick, once again held down the audio end of things, providing the score and the original soundtrack for the film. It was featured in the Tribeca Film Festival and the Hamptons Film Festival, has aired on Showtime, and is widely available on DVD. G has also had prominent roles on Boston Public and co-starred in Johnny Zero, another Fox one-hour drama. J has produced the Grommits album “Smashing” and a solo hip hop album entitled “Foul Mouth Poet” under his moniker J.A.Q. He toured the country extensively with The Grommits for much of 2004. He is now the lead singer of Them Vs. Them, a new rock band out of Chicago. The Brothers came together once again for “The Feel Good Album Of The Year”, a serious departure from everything that’s been going on in hip hop (and music, for that matter) right now. There is only one rule: It has to be fun. Remember when hip hop was fun? Well, it’s back. Crossing heavily into jazz, rock, R&B, and electronica, The Q Brothers shatter any one category or box and in turn give birth to a brand new category– FEEL GOOD MUSIC! Enjoy…it’s difficult not to.
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Phil Lesh returned to the stage for the first time in over three months to celebrate the Smart Train coming to Larkspur, California in Marin County.
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Billy Strings’ Saturday night concert at the Ogden Theatre in Denver will featured in a free live stream via nugs.net.
Circles Around The Sun will release a self-titled studio album in March 2020 containing the late Neal Casal’s final recordings.