Rabbit Quinn Channels Tori Amos At Red Rock

February 18, 2015

She ain’t no cornflake girl: Quinn’s recordings stand up on their own. They are powerful, meticulously arranged, and have a stick-to-your-ribs infectiousness. » Read more

Review from Michael Singman-Aste, Music Photographer

May 11, 2014

“I heard Rabbit Quinn at The Night Light in Oakland tonight. BLOWN AWAY. Reminiscent of Tori Amos, but more down to earth. Shades of Jill Tracy without the sinister overtones, and Kate Bush without the theatrics. She crows like a rooster, howls like a coyote, and sings her heart out.” » Read more

“I Heart SF Bands” Review of the Brick & Morter Show

April 25, 2014

“The trio – composed of cellist Natasha Littlewood, percussionist Beth Wiesendanger, and pianist/vocalist Rabbit Quinn, filled the air with music just after 9pm. Rabbit interwove personal anecdotes about love and loss with intricate piano playing and an intense singing style found only in the most stirring of musical-theater performances. » Read more

DNA Lounge Review from Bay Area Unplugged Show

March 16, 2014

“Rabbit Quinn is a triple threat. Coming from a classical music home, educated in music at UC Davis, and having innate talent can really help when you put together your first album. And being able to draw and paint your album artwork– that’s just a bonus! » Read more

Fatale Concert Series Interview by The San Jose Mercury News

March 12, 2014

“Fatale presents. Leila Motaei, whose stage name is Rabbit Quinn, says she’s looking forward to “the experience of being surrounded by strong female energy” at Blackbird. “Hopefully we will become friends and support each other,” Motaei says of her sister artists. “Hanging out with other women artists is liberating and comforting to the soul.” » Read more