Shutaro Noguchi, Aaron Nicholas West
2100 South Preston Street
Louisville, KY, 40217
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Quiet Hollers are an Alt. Country quartet from Louisville, Kentucky. They formed in May 2010, with the idea of performing just one show -- the CD release party for Shadwick Wilde's solo debut "Unforgivable Things." Until that point, Wilde had been performing solo on a regional level, whilst recording his debut album. Shadwick recruited Adam Buntain on bass -- his long-time bandmate of several Punk Rock endeavors, and Nick Goldring on Drums at his behest. Aaron West, a fancypants college graduate and music teacher, joined shortly thereafter, on Violin. Since their inception, the Quiet Hollers have enjoyed several bank account-emptying tours, consistent independent radio airplay, and slots opening for bands like Trampled By Turtles, Those Darlins, Split Lip Rayfield, Tim Barry (Avail), and Michael Graves (Misfits). Most recently, they completed principal recording of their first album as a cohesive group, "I Am The Morning." With Wax Fang drummer and recording guru, Kevin Ratterman at the engineer's helm, "I Am The Morning" promises to be a crowd pleaser, with anticipation already building for its release.
SHUTARO NOGUCHI is from Japan and in 2010 he moved to Louisville, Kentucky after finishing his college degree and internship at FAME studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He quickly found musical outlets as a collaborator with K Tranza and Another 7 Astronauts. From 2013 he started recording his own songs and is currently working on a solo album, while hosting the radio program Midnight Locker with Nathan Simmons at ART.FM. His style of music varies but generally is melody-oriented, minimal acoustic guitar singer-songwriting sung in Japanese with a flavor of traditional-folk, backed by ensembles of synth and electric guitar. He is influenced by music from America and around the world, and Pajo.