Tonight at 7:30pm, join the Oxford American magazine for this week’s Local Live concert at South on Main, featuring QNote!
As always, Local Live is free and open to the public. To guarantee a table/seat for this popular series, call ahead at (501) 244-9660. Local Live is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the Ben and Jane Hunt Meade.
Quincy “QNote” Watson is a Little Rock native with global awareness. He combines his Southern background and his many travels into songwriting, rapping, producing, engineering, and playing various musical instruments. He’s played nationally as well as locally, including at his Alma Mater Philander Smith College.
In addition to his technical aptitude for music, he is also a performer, a part of the rap duo Griff and QNote. Several of the songs from Soul South Age were performed on the historic steps of Little Rock Central High School to honor the Little Rock Nine and their sacrifices for social justice. He is also a member of TP and the Feel, fusing the genres of Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, and R&B. As a solo artist and producer, QNote remains in that vein, using his craft for a purpose, employing music as a healing agent for truth and justice.