Robert Quine

Though he first rose to fame through his work with Richard Hell, Robert Quine was by no stretch of the imagination a typical "punk rock guitarist." While his performing style sometimes embraced fractured guitar runs and discordant noise, Quine's eclectic style embraced influences from jazz, rock, and blues players of all stripes, and his thoughtful technique and uncompromising approach led to rewarding collaborations with a number of visionary musicians.