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Quinn XCII brings the love to Boise’s Revolution Concert House (with Christian French and Ashe)

The Michigan Native, Quinn XCII, released his sophomore album “From Michigan With Love”, in February with a highly anticipated tour. Along with Quinn XCII (Mikael Temrowski), he brought along the dancing gypsy queen, Ashe, and Christian French, who dropped out of college to pursue music full-time.

I had the opportunity to see Christian French this past October when he went on tour with the other college dropout, Chelsea Cutler. Christian brought tons of energy to the stage; he had the crowd dancing and jumping. It was crazy seeing him perform at the Kilby Court in Salt Lake City which occupies 200 guests while the Revolution Concert House can hold up to 2300 attendees.

After Christian, the indie-alternative singer, Ashe, made her return to Boise. Ashe opened with Louis the Child back in November of 2017 and hadn’t been back since; there were quite a few people at the show that were overly excited to see her perform again. She got real with the crowd when performing “Moral Of The Story” which goes through her divorce last year. Not only did Ashe get real, but she also got real funky with her dance moves and expressions which had the hold crowd laughing, dancing, and feeling good.

Quinn XCII

Christian French

To finish out the night, Quinn XCII gave the best performance that I have seen him do live. This was my fourth time seeing Quinn XCII live and his delivery was impeccable – from visuals, outfits, vocals, setlist, energy, and stage presence. Quinn XCII had the crowd screaming and singing loud as he performed some of his classics such as “Full Circle” and “FFYL” but then would mix in his new music to bring a different dynamic. One of the biggest moments of the night was seeing friends, couples, and people gather as he sang his emotionally beautiful song, “Panama”, which is a tribute to his grandparents who had passed away. Shortly after having everyone cry, Quinn XCII snuck in the back of the crowd to perform “Straightjacket” before he finished the show off by crowd surfing. In the four shows that I have seen, he’s developed so much into a performer by reaching higher vocals, carrying himself with ease, and holding the attention span of the audience for more than an hour.

The remaining Quinn XCII’s tour dates are:
March 28 – Vancouver, British Columbia
March 29 – Seattle, Washington
April 2 – Sacramento, California
April 3 – San Francisco, California
April 6 – Los Angeles, California
April 9 – Phoenix, Arizona
April 11 – San Antonio, Texas
April 12 – Dallas, Texas
April 13 – Houston, Texas
April 17 – Austin, Texas

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Christian French

Christian French

Christian French

Christian French

Christian French

Ashe

Ashe

Ashe

Lia Crumpton
Lia Crumpton is a concert and lifestyle photographer based in Boise, Idaho. More of her work is at liacrumpton.myportfolio.com.

Quinn XCII brings the love to Boise’s Revolution Concert House (with Christian French and Ashe)

The Michigan Native, Quinn XCII, released his sophomore album “From Michigan With Love”, in February with a highly anticipated tour. Along with Quinn XCII (Mikael Temrowski), he brought along the dancing gypsy queen, Ashe, and Christian French, who dropped out of college to pursue music full-time.

I had the opportunity to see Christian French this past October when he went on tour with the other college dropout, Chelsea Cutler. Christian brought tons of energy to the stage; he had the crowd dancing and jumping. It was crazy seeing him perform at the Kilby Court in Salt Lake City which occupies 200 guests while the Revolution Concert House can hold up to 2300 attendees.

After Christian, the indie-alternative singer, Ashe, made her return to Boise. Ashe opened with Louis the Child back in November of 2017 and hadn’t been back since; there were quite a few people at the show that were overly excited to see her perform again. She got real with the crowd when performing “Moral Of The Story” which goes through her divorce last year. Not only did Ashe get real, but she also got real funky with her dance moves and expressions which had the hold crowd laughing, dancing, and feeling good.

Quinn XCII

Christian French

To finish out the night, Quinn XCII gave the best performance that I have seen him do live. This was my fourth time seeing Quinn XCII live and his delivery was impeccable – from visuals, outfits, vocals, setlist, energy, and stage presence. Quinn XCII had the crowd screaming and singing loud as he performed some of his classics such as “Full Circle” and “FFYL” but then would mix in his new music to bring a different dynamic. One of the biggest moments of the night was seeing friends, couples, and people gather as he sang his emotionally beautiful song, “Panama”, which is a tribute to his grandparents who had passed away. Shortly after having everyone cry, Quinn XCII snuck in the back of the crowd to perform “Straightjacket” before he finished the show off by crowd surfing. In the four shows that I have seen, he’s developed so much into a performer by reaching higher vocals, carrying himself with ease, and holding the attention span of the audience for more than an hour.

The remaining Quinn XCII’s tour dates are:
March 28 – Vancouver, British Columbia
March 29 – Seattle, Washington
April 2 – Sacramento, California
April 3 – San Francisco, California
April 6 – Los Angeles, California
April 9 – Phoenix, Arizona
April 11 – San Antonio, Texas
April 12 – Dallas, Texas
April 13 – Houston, Texas
April 17 – Austin, Texas

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Quinn XCII

Christian French

Christian French

Christian French

Christian French

Christian French

Ashe

Ashe

Ashe

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