The Quixote Project

The members of The Quixote Project (4 men) pose in front of a field of corn.

Winners of the Susquehanna Folk Festival 2019 Emerging Artists Showcase, The Quixote Project are a roots-music outfit that pulls from traditional genres to blur the lines of modern music.

"Frontman Jeff Selby with a revolving cast of musicians have distilled the multi-genre sounds of a beachfront music festival into a remarkably cohesive live set, with hints of bluegrass, folk, and rock in a style that would be pigeonholed as “jam” if the songwriting wasn’t so explicitly pop-oriented" says Dave Fox of Music Without Labels. 

Their new single "Namesake" off their latest album took home "Best Folk Song" at the 2019 Homey awards along with singer Jeff Selby winning "Best Lead Vocal."  Their album Land of Plenty recorded at Cambridge Sound studios has garnered “Album of the Year” and “Band of the Year”  for the 2018 WSTW 93.7FM Homey Awards.  It also won “Americana/Folk band of the Year" "Musician of the Year" and "Instrumentalist of the year" at the 2018 Elephant Indie Music awards.  Their last album Bone Shaker helped them get nominated as "NJ Indie Band Of The Year" by Tri State Indie, and their song "Tread Easy" was nominated for "Best Folk Song". 

The Quixote Project has shared the stage as direct support for notable artists such as Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Charlie Daniels, John Pardi, Sister Hazel, Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, and have performed along side many talented regional/local bands. 

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