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"Quebb The Unknown Show"

Ahh yes-summertime, sunshine, wilderness, fun; campfires, sex under the stars and someone special with whom to share it all: listening to the folksy laid-back ditties put down by Quebb, all the aforementioned is evoked. Or, think of a beach party, where a few dudes bring their guitars and a set of bongos, no, not the singer's girlfriend, either. Maybe throw in a couple beers and a couple 'ludes and the groove makes you swoon. Yes, that is Quebb. That and more. "The unknown Show" is an apt name for a self-produced, self-released, DIY venture that proves, once and for all, that the evil record industry is anachronistic . . . KM. - Reviewer Magazine, issue 31


EP: The Venice Reprise, Part One, including The Unknown Show (Acoustic), Aquamarine, Atonement, The Waltz (Revisited), Dogs and Swine (Revisited), and Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen.

LP: The Unknown Show, Released May 2005
includes Dogs and Swine, Deep Sea Diving, Dining with the Dead, The Incidental You, I Know, Soft in the Middle, The Waltz, The Crier, Listen Lady, Shoes, We Are Together, Sometimes & The Unknown Show.


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Formed in Venice Beach, in January, 2004, the three-man band found its roots literally in the sand, as friends and neigbors John Caelan, Jourdan D'Andrea, and Mikel Farber found themselves committed to midnight practices on the shore to avoid noise complaints. The eclectic sound emerged as the three found convergence in their varied styles and influences. Hitting the road on a shoe-string tour, Quebb would spend the latter half of 2004 recording their debut album, The Unknown Show, in garages, basements, and parks from Seattle to Manhattan. The LP would be completed in December, 2004, while the band found respite in Santa Fe, after their RV gave up the ghost in a smoky and screaching end. In a strange twist, a freak accident would land John Caelan in the hospital unconcious with a head injury for a week. Quebb would return to Los Angeles, to live collectively in a rented rehearsal studio in mid-town Los Angeles. While playing gigs from coffee shops to the Roxy, and dealing with a tedious recovery on John's part, the band still mixed and pressed the first LP, releasing the album in May.

By 2006, Quebb was a fixture in the Venice area, and as such, good fortune brought them a producer/engineer for the Venise Reprise series. Recorded at the Musician's Institute in LA, Part One and Part Two revisit a few tunes from the first album, while presenting new singles, as well as songs from the upcoming summer LP.