QmP Tears Up Yakima Sports Center (Photo Slideshow)


QmP (Photo by Xander Deccio)

Seattle/Yakima-based alt-rock band, QmP (short for Quartermile Pumpkin) rocked the  Yakima Sports Center, Saturday, March 9th. It had been over a year since the band made it’s way back to their original stomping ground of  Yakima, and many of their die-hard fans couldn’t wait.

The band, consisting of lead singer/guitarist Rod Taylor, guitarist/vocalist Joe Longo, bassist Scott Jefferson-Larkin and drummer Jamie Jensen, is currently playing a handful of shows in support of their new album, Full Color Pictures of a Black and White World

In the 90s, QmP  had a large local following and were a big influence in the Yakima rock scene. They released two albums, QmP and Lake Jackass, and played a few shows with The Posiesbut parted ways to focus on their lives. It wasn’t until a few years ago that they decided to reform and take QmP to a whole new level by broadening their fan base throughout the Pacific Northwest.




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Xander Deccio
Xander is a veteran freelance photojournalist and writer. He has covered many top national and local artists for multiple local and national publications including SMI. On his spare time, he's either producing episodes of VNYLden, or tending to his vinyl collection.