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The Quivers are loud. The Quivers are dirty. The Quivers are Rock n' Roll.

They’re fast, they’re sexy, and they’re exactly what your momma warned you about.

With influences such as The Sonics, Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels and MC5, The Quivers are guaranteed to rock your socks off with their retro sound and rock n’ roll attitude.
The Quivers deliver. See what others are saying about them:

“If Tina Turner, Dick Dale, and Augie Meyers had a love child; this is what it would sound like! Incredible stuff. I never stopped smiling through the entire set. That’s how I gauge a musical performance, if it makes me smile, its good. I see enough music to have become a bit jaded, so it takes a lot for that to happen any more. The Quivers are real in every sense of the word. Look out world- here they come!” ~ Sherman Breneman

“…leave those poodle skirts behind. Or better yet, trade them in for some blood-red lipstick and heels to match. This is not the band you bring to the sock hop, but it is the band you go see when you feel like getting dirty. “ ~iheartlocalmusic.com

“Kansas City’s Motown napalm darlings, The Quivers followed Drop A Grand. A little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n’ roll, a little bit Carrie Fisher with a flamethrower, their groovy tunes really got Ricardo dancing. Their set was quick, no nonsense, and a hell of a lot of fun. The well-dressed band jumped from song to song, never letting the sweaty crowd get too much of a break from the groovy vintage tunes. The set really picked up steam in the second half when vocalist Terra Peal let her voice play in the sandbox a little. Her vocals carry a combination of pure power and snarl that contrasts wonderfully with the organ and guitars beneath.” ~ Zach Hodson, The Deli Magazine

LATEST ALBUM

UPCOMING SHOWS

April 1, 2017
  • w/ The Garage Kings

    April 1, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    Holy Cow Market and Music 3107 Gillham Rd, Kansas City, MO 64109, United States

"...leave those poodle skirts behind. Or better yet, trade them in for some blood-red lipstick and heels to match. This is not the band you bring to the sock hop, but it is the band you go see when you feel like getting dirty. " ~ iheartlocalmusic.com