Quinton Gibson

Quinton Gibson (born March 17, 1968 in Evansville, Indiana) is a guitarist and a studio engineer/producer.

Early Life

Quinton studied at Bosse High School in Evansville and graduated 1986. Then he studied at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana graduating in 1991 with a double major (Music – classical guitar – and World History).


When he was in his teens, he joined a band called Xzist. This band evolved into Seraiah for which he played until 1993. In 1994, he formed The Parade with former members of Seraiah.

After that, he has contributed with numerous artists of the scene like John Elefante. Occasionally, he joined other projects like Clockwise (formed with the members of John Elefante’s band) and STIR (formed with former members of Seraiah.)

In 1999, he joined Edison Bros. (which later changed its name to Three Strange Days) with whom he occasionally works.

In 2003 Quinton joined Strange Celebrity. The band released one album on the Squint/Warner Bros label titled “Remedy” before breaking up in mid 2004.

Quinton has gone on to perform with many different bands and solo artists some of which include: Plumb, Tait, David Phelps, SonicFlood, Michael O’Brien (former lead singer of Newsong), and Nate Sallie. At this time, Quinton has been touring with Darius Rucker as one of his guitarists.

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