Noam Weinstein


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    I Can Hurt People
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    When I Get My
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    Too Small
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    Used to Be a Songwriter
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Noam Weinstein (no-ahm wyne-styne) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. He is best known for his studio recordings and his collaborations with other artists such as Mike Viola, Heather Masse, Sam Sadigursky, and Norah Jones.
Noam grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts and began playing guitar as a child and performing at local clubs during high school. In 1999 he moved to New York City and joined the Greenwich Village songwriting community led by Jack Hardy. From 2001-2014 he released seven albums (six studio projects and one recorded live at The Living Room); an eighth, the compilation Sixteen Skies, was distributed in Europe.
Noam's 2016 project, On Waves, celebrates "cycles, storms, mystery channels, and the beats beyond." The Daily Vault said it was "heart-wrenching," "dazzling with its musical audacity," and "genuinely moving," while Popdose wrote that it was "terrific", and No Depression called it "catchy", "heartfelt", "hilarious" and "beautiful".
On February 26, 2020, Noam announced his latest studio release, 42 1/2, featuring a collection of new songs "inspired by that magical time when both the wild innocence of a 42-year-old and the sober wisdom of a 43-year-old are just out of reach." Rolling Stone Germany described it as "folk-pop masterpieces".


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