Southern influence in his music makes him capable of conveying an emotion that only a handful
of artists can in today’s musical landscape. From his early sweet tune “Til It Thunders,” one of
Noah’s favorite songs about coping with a long-distance relationship, to his newest single, “Hell
or High Water,” a gritty track about navigating life, Noah’s versatility and distinct voice is
evident. However, Noah isn’t trying to box himself into any specific genre; for him, it’s just
about making good, honest music – music that sounds like him.
To date, Noah has built a strong following through social media and television and released two
critically-acclaimed albums. He has also performed on NBC’s Today Show and Tonight Show,
Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family, and ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. Noah has opened for a
wide variety of artists, including Ed Sheeran, Neon Trees, Ben Rector, Corey Smith, Sister
Hazel, Matisyahu, Matt Nathanson, and Selena Gomez. Noah and his band, Good Trouble,
were recently featured performers on Rock Boat XVIII with Sister Hazel, Barenaked Ladies,
needtobreathe, Drew Holcomb, and others. With career highlights like opening up for Willie
Nelson and touring Europe five times, it’s just a matter of time before the world sees what
Noah will accomplish next.