Jack Quigley serves up a gumbo pot of acoustic musical styles including Blues, Gospel, Spiritual, Folk, Country, Rock and Bluegrass. Jack can be heard as a solo artist and with various bands in the Bay area. Quigley is also a Music Minister sharing his signature spiritual stylings at the Center for Spiritual Living Livermore Valley. Jack Quigley is currently the Music Director for the Valley Montessori School in Livermore, CA teaching over 500 children from pre-school through 8th grade.
Jack has played in several bands including: Jack Quigley and Ed Feifert, The Lime and The Coconut featuring Jack Quigley and Brian Skinner, Bones~Quigley, The JackDaddios, The Bonnevilles, The Contra Rebels, Jack Quigley and His Only Friend (with Scott Tattar), InnerLight, Jacksontowne, Jack Quigley Souled Out!, Rent’s Due and There Goes the Neighborhood. He was the Music Director for the Celebration Center in Falls Church, VA, provided Wednesday Night Music for the Oakland Center for Spiritual Living, taught at Unity Village and was a vocalist with the Washington Performing Arts Society Men and Women of Mass Gospel Choir; We the People and Mosaic Harmony Gospel choirs. Jack taught music at the Montessori School of Holmes Run, The Boyd Schools, Naylor Road School and the Annandale United Methodist Church. He has penned hundreds of songs that has spawned many independent recordings. Jack has received several top songwriting awards from the Songwriters’ Association of Washington, D.C. (SAW). In commemoration of his song “Dallastown,” the Mayor and the people of Dallastown, PA honored him with Jack Quigley Day. He performed at Music Showcases in Philadelphia, Boston, Memphis, New Orleans and Washington D.C. Quigley received a national award from Billboard Magazine, appeared on national television and toured across the US performing at the Kennedy Center, New Orleans Jazz Festival, Kerrville Folk Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Monterey Pop Festival, Two Day Town Festival, South Florida Folk Festival, colleges, clubs, coffee houses and even a laundry mat.
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