Adam Zúñiga’s guitar work traverses across genres, from his contribution to Austin-based band Hours Quiet to his solo guitar efforts with the Adam Zuniga Project. In addition, he has enjoyed several residencies at San Antonio’s most popular venues including Rosario’s Cafe y Cantina, Paesanos 1604 and Hotel Eilan. Adam demonstrates his songwriting capacity in his latest record with Hours Quiet (recorded at the award-winning Austin studio, Good Danny’s), and his five full-length instrumental guitar releases. Beyond music, Adam is currently enrolled in the Graduate Program in Philosophy at the University of Texas in San Antonio, where he holds an assistantship in philosophical research.
Voted Best Instrumental Group (top three) by the readers of the San Antonio Current, two years in a row.
San Antonio Current – Music Issues
“Either Adam Zuniga is not a traditional world artist, or he is changing the very face of the genre upside down. Either way, it is a victory.”
— Heather Jacks,
Noise Beneath the Apple
“Filled to the brim with 80’s synth licks and dramatic vocals, The Hours Quiet conjures up images of Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Austin’s own Night Drive. More dance party than shoegaze, songs like ‘Bring You Down’ bounce with funk guitar and percussion, while ‘Consciousness’ introduces guitar and pounding guitar crunch for a slower, more theatrical vibe. A diverse and interesting band that honors our electronic past, while avoiding the retro act stigma.”
— Bill Tucker,
Catch Midnight Coda every Friday (subject to change) at Rosario’s North as they deliver their brand of acoustic originals and unique arrangements of popular cover songs. Rosario’s North is located at 9715 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216. Of Rosario’s, Zagat says, “fans dig the “festive” vibe, especially when there’s live music.
Join Adam Zuniga every Sunday at Paesanos 1604, 5pm to 8pm (weather permitting). Contact Paesanos 1604 before making plans to see Adam to verify schedule and for restaurant information.
Adam Zuniga Project often performs for private events. For booking inquiries, contact him with this form and provide as many details as possible, including: date and location of event, expected turnout, event type/title, and any other pertinent details. In the event that this form fails to send its message, email him at his firstname @adamzuniga.com. References, music samples, and past performance schedule is available upon request.