Adam Zuñiga

san antonio-austin

Adam Zuñiga

Adam Zuñiga’s dazzling guitar work traverses across genres, from his contribution to Austin-based band Hours Quiet to his instrumental guitar efforts with the Adam Zuniga Project. In addition, he regularly performs with bands covering a wide variety of top 40 music. Adam demonstrates his songwriting capacity in his latest record with Hours Quiet, and his five full-length instrumental guitar releases.

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Until I See You Again

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Bloom

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Alive

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Silver Lining

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“Either Adam Zuñiga is not a traditional world artist, or he is changing the very face of the genre upside down. Either way, it is a victory.”

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Adam Zuniga Project

Adam Zuniga Project is a guitar-based, instrumental group, often performed as a duo or trio. Winner of Best Instrumental Group in 2013 & 2014, as voted by readers of the San Antonio Current for the Music Issue. (2nd) Adam has five full-length instrumental albums to his credit and often releases singles between albums.

Hours Quiet

Hours Quiet

Hours Quiet is an Austin-based band often described as melodic indie with 1st wave and modern alternative influences. Their album was recorded at Good Danny’s, an award-winning recording studio appearing on several “Best of Austin” lists. Accolades include “Best Grand Slam Studio” – 2014 Austin Chronicle “Best of Austin” Critics Pick; “Best Recording Studio” – 2013 Austin Music Industry Awards.

Love Hate Affair

Love Hate Affair

Love Hate Affair is an Austin-based band often described as Indietronica and Post-Punk Revival. Previous tours included legendary venues such as Whisky A GO GO, Key Club, Radio Room, Viper Room, Arlene’s Groceries, and The Lexington London. Do512.com says of the group, “The great high-end guitar playing never showboats, but rather brilliantly weaves into the songs’ bedrock of solid bass and percussion.”