Quiet Hollers formed in Louisville around singer-songwriter Shadwick Wilde.
Their alt. country-styled debut, I Am the Morning, came in 2013, spawning a cult following via some critical praise, allowing the band to tour heavily, where changes in personnel and musical direction saw the band exploring territory beyond their beginnings.�
Front person Shadwick is releasing his first solo record in September and they’ll be playing material off that album as well.
Lacey Guthrie’s powerful voice first grabbed listeners as the vocal engine of dream pop heavies Twin Limb, though music fans will have heard many of her collaborations, alongside artists like Jim James (My Morning Jacket), Murder By Death, and Wax Fang. Late 2021 saw her culmination as a true solo artist, with the release of The King of Holding Onto Things, written and performed entirely by Guthrie.