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Vitamin String Quartet

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Formed in Los Angeles, California in 1999, Vitamin String Quartet (VSQ) is a group best-known for their classical reinterpretations and tributes to modern pop, alternative, punk, metal, and hard rock artists. Their tribute releases have been extremely popular amongst rock and classical fans alike. VSQ is a musical concept created and produced by Los Angeles-based company CMH Label Group. Unlike most recording groups, the quartet’s line-up of musicians is fluid, with each project arranged, produced, and played by a different group of musicians and producers. The origins of VSQ began in 1999 when the CMH label began releasing string quartet tribute albums, eventually filing this series of releases under the ‘band’ name Vitamin String Quartet thanks to their association with the label Vitamin Records. During the first two decades of their existence, VSQ has released over 300 tribute albums. Their music has been featured on television shows and the project has branched out to include video tutorials, sheet music, and more. VSQ has recorded tributes to a variety of artists including Led Zeppelin, Radiohead, Lady Gaga, Slayer, Black Sabbath, Adele, Linkin Park, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Iron Maiden, Rush, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, and The Beatles. Their recordings have been featured in many television shows including So You Think You Can Dance (Janet Jackson’s “Control”), House (The Rolling Stones’ “As Tears Go By”), and Bridgerton (Shawn Mendes’ “In My Blood” and Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams”).