PICKERING, ON - February 15, 2016– 16 year-old singer-songwriter Quinn Mills will be one of the opening acts for Steve Strongman at Durham’s Winter Blues Concert.  The show will be held at the Pickering Recreation Complex at 7:00PM on February 27, 2016. This performance will be held in support of Joanne's House, Durham Region's only youth shelter. 


Ontario native, Quinn Mills writes original songs that have catchy melodies and lyrical depth beyond his years. Mills is a gifted guitarist and plays keyboards, bass and drums.  Quinn is now being managed by MP Music House and is finishing his new EP that he recorded in Nashville and New York. 


Along with the performances of the night, the $45 ticket includes dinner and a cash bar, along with a night of dancing. All proceeds from Durham’s Winter Blues Concert are in support of Joanne’s House, which provides much-needed shelter, housing and support services to meet the needs of homeless and at-risk youth. All youth have a place to call home where they feel welcomed, accepted and valued ­– and where they are equal as partners in creating a better community.


For more information on Quinn Mills and his music visit his website www.quinnmillsmusic.com and check out his Twitter and Instagram using the handle @QuinnyMills. For tickets and any additional information on the Durham’s Winter Blues Concert can be found at www.durhamswinterbluesconcert.com