Mixing folk and country influences with the sort of organic rock & roll championed by the Traveling Wilburys, the Brooklyn-based foursome Company took root in 2001.
Drummer David Janik and multi-instrumentalists Adam Davison, Stephanie Rabins, and Christopher Teret met while attending Bard College in the Hudson Valley; they later relocated to Brooklyn and secured several residencies at local venues. With such publications as Time Out New York praising their performances, Company issued a string of self-released records before signing with Brah Records, a label managed by Company's occasional touring mates in Oneida. Parallel Time was released in 2005, and Oneida's Kid Millions signed on to the produce the band's follow-up. Old Baby appeared in February 2008, signaling a departure from the live sound of Company's previous work. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi