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By Tom Risen | February 7, 2009
Sinhue ?Sin? Quirin will sit among the brightest stars of the music world Sunday night, as the Ministry guitarist awaits the tearing of the Grammy envelope at the Staples Center. It?s a pinnacle that many musicians dream of and very few achieve. But to the classmates who knew Quirin in Burbank in the 1980s, it didn?t come as a big surprise. ?He had a passion for guitar that impressed everybody we knew,? said Milton Brenes, who played in the band with Quirin at John Muir Middle School and Burbank High School.
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By Tom Risen | February 7, 2009
Sinhue ?Sin? Quirin will sit among the brightest stars of the music world Sunday night, as the Ministry guitarist awaits the tearing of the Grammy envelope at the Staples Center. It?s a pinnacle that many musicians dream of and very few achieve. But to the classmates who knew Quirin in Burbank in the 1980s, it didn?t come as a big surprise. ?He had a passion for guitar that impressed everybody we knew,? said Milton Brenes, who played in the band with Quirin at John Muir Middle School and Burbank High School.
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