Quiet Company’s ascent to being recognized as a breakout band on the Austin scene built quickly over a short period of time and then exploded like one of the indie pop-rock group’s anthemic songs. Bursting with energy and boldness, songs swirl with guitars, piano and soaring vocal harmonies around singer Taylor Muse’s heady lyrics.
Quiet Company’s efforts and music haven’t gone unnoticed — the band took home a record 10 Austin Music Awards in 2012 for the album “We Are All Where We Belong.” Their upcoming release April 9 is the group’s debut album re-recorded and titled “A Deadman on My Back: Shine Honesty Revisited.” Check out Quiet Company (www.quietcompanymusic.com) at two shows Wednesday at House of Rock. The group plays with Echo (Echo on Facebook) for Wednesday’s Working Class Concert Series.
Doors open at 5:30 and the show is over by 8. Get $2 off admission with work credentials or a name tag. Quiet Company will play a second show later Wednesday at 10 p.m. The Working Class Concert Series is presented by University of Incarnate Word and Classic Rock 104.5. A special thanks to our sponsors Whetstone Graphics, Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber, Corpus Christi Harley-Davidson and Disc-Go-Round.