A natural tenor possessing both presence and range in his voice,
the British Invasion has been a major influence and Paul captures the essence of Jagger’s vocal style without mimicking, lending the band a unique authenticity.
Paul is also a competent keyboard player and the piano and organ parts also help the group achieve that extra dimension that is part the Stones sound.
A songwriter as well, his music can be found on Reverbnation under Paul Quinzi and under Gembox.
Jeff started his musical endeavors playing saxophone for approximately 7 years before taking up guitar at age 14 and has never looked back. He played in numerous bands on Long Island in the 80’s before attending Musicians Institute in Los Angeles. While there, he played in several bands and shared the stage with-among others-Grammy Award winning artist Liz Larin, 7-time Grammy Award nominee composer, producer & songwriter Scott Spock (Avril Lavigne, Shakira, Korn), and astounding guitarist Randy Jacobs (Was Not Was, and the Boneshakers).
Currently, Jeff spends most of his time learning new instruments including harmonica and mandolin as he sits in with local musicians periodically to perform with these instruments. Jeff is working hard to put Beggars Banquet on the map and spread the word that the Rolling Stones are alive and stronger than ever.
Dillon Partin is a dynamic, “in the-pocket” bass player as well as a touring and recording veteran with an eclectic musical resume--ranging from theater productions, film scores, punk bands and everything in between. Dillon performs regularly with some of the Carolina’s finest blues, rock, and pop groups. Originally from Houston, Texas he currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. He uses Aguilar Amplification with Fender & Sire Bass Guitars.
Born and raised in North Carolina, Caleb, the newest member to the Beggars Banquet, has been playing guitar for most of his life. When Caleb's not keeping it "Keef", he is doing session work and writing tunes with his band, "Odds Be Damned".
Tony rocks the drums in several local bands.