17-year-old Quinn Sullivan has quite a reputation among today’s most respected guitar players and musical artists. Since the age of 7, Quinn has been sharing stages with legendary players like Buddy Guy (his mentor), Eric Clapton, Los Lobos, Joe Bonamassa, and B.B. King.When Quinn was three, his parents gave him a toy guitar for Christmas after noticing his natural affinity for music. It quickly became apparent he had a gift. In 2006, Quinn made his national television debut on the Ellen Degeneres show and brought the crowd to its feet with his rendition of “Twist and Shout." Then, in 2007 Quinn had an encounter that changed his life forever. He met blues legend Buddy Guy at a theater in his hometown. Buddy invited Quinn onstage that night after witnessing his ability during a backstage visit. Quinn laid down some guitar tracks on Buddy's album “Skin Deep” and in 2011 released his debut album “Cyclone. ” “Getting There” followed in 2013 with appearances on Jimmy Fallon, Leno and a second appearance on the Ellen Degeneres show. The journey continues and his new album is called "Midnight Highway."