Miss Quincy has recorded 3 full length albums and spent 5 years touring non-stop across Canada and Europe. Her current project is Miss Quincy & The Showdown, an all-girl dirty blues and rock n’ roll band based out of Vancouver, BC.
Many musicians claim to be road tested, but Miss Quincy & The Showdown actually are — I’m talking 2 years, 200 shows, 15 festivals, 7 countries, and over 100,000kms in a mini van. The band has a rockin’ new record produced by Matt Rogers from The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer that will be released in the spring of 2014. Past show highlights include: playing North Country Fair, South Country Fair, Trout Forest Music Festival, and backing up C.R. Avery at Interstellar Rodeo.
Miss Quincy & The Showdown have been described as Joan Jett and the early Stones spending the night together in a Tarantino movie. Miss Quincy doesn’t fit the classic girl singer/songwriter mold and The Showdown isn’t your average all-girl band. You won’t find them singing pretty pages out of their diaries, instead you’ll find them starting a party everywhere they play by getting down and rocking out with raunchy roots & blues and straight up rock n’ roll.
The Bad Love session was filmed live in the heart of downtown Fort Macleod, Alberta at the conclusion of South Country Fair 2013 on an incredibly hot day. A number of residents, young and old, heard the commotion and brought their own flare to the afternoon by listening, waltzing, and cheering as picked up in the recording.