Quintin was born in Taylor, TX in 1971. When he was 10 years old, he began playing drums for his father’s Czech polka band, Eddie Ray and the Polka Dots. In the early 90s, he studied music at Temple Jr College. Quintin worked as a sound engineer and saxophonist for the central Texas group Lonesome Dove.
In 1995, Quintin moved to Nashville, TN and joined Curb Records recording artists Blake & Brian as the guitarist, keyboardist, and saxophonist until he returned to Texas to play in local bands such as Scooter Dubec & Sterling Country, Somewhere in Texas & Pete Benz. In 2004, he became the utility musician for RCA recording artist Tracy Byrd.
In 2006, Quintin worked as the lead guitarist for Warner Bros. recording artist Rick Trevino, touring for several years across the US, Mexico, and Europe. He left the road in 2007 to play guitar, keys, and saxophone for the Debonairs and the Walburg Boys (German Party Band). In 2010, Quintin moved to Lubbock, TX, where he played at Louie Louie’s Piano Bar, singing and playing several instruments, including piano, guitar, saxophone, drums, bass guitar, and fiddle. He also attended the Texas Tech School of Music, studying jazz.
In 2019, Quintin returned to Central Texas to be closer to family and continue his musical experience, both with his own original band and to once again cross all musical boundaries with the Walburg Boys. In 2021, Quintin opened up a small music school, Dubec School of Music (DSM), where he teaches piano, guitar, bass, saxophone, and drums to students wanting to learn the art of playing country, pop, and rock music.
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