Three talented artists from diverse musical backgrounds all choose MXL Microphones:
Patrice Rushen has made a habit of breaking new ground over the course of her extensive career. She was the first woman to serve as Musical Director for the Grammy Awards, and she's written scores for numerous television shows and movies, including Showtime's "The Killing Yard," Sundance's Award-winning "Our America," HBO's "America's Dream," and the theme song to "The Steve Harvey Show."
Roberto Quintero grew up in a musical family as the son of Ricardo Quintero and Eglee Correa. His versatility as a percussionist allowed him to enrich the sound of almost any musical genre, leading to his appearance on over 1,000 professional studio recordings worldwide. His loyalty and dedication to the Afro-Caribbean heritage of Venezuela have earned him a staggering
Todd "Banjoman" Taylor is one of the fastest banjo-pickers to ever pick up the instrument. In fact, in 2007 he was named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the "Fastest Banjo Player" in the world for his rendition of "Dueling Banjos" at an astonishing 210 bpm. Since then, Taylor has recorded on many different bluegrass, blues, and country records, and earned dozens of Grammy nominations in multiple categories for his work.