He has had the distinct honour of sharing the stage with music's heavy hitters such as Michelle Branch, Jon McLaughlin, Dispatch and many others. While opening for John Eddie in 2005, John said of Noah with a smile from the stage, "I hate you for how good you are and the life you have ahead of you". Noah, with the aid of musical mastermind Robert Mathison, continues to experiment and branch out in his music, adding instruments and styles as his talent matures. Currently, his focus is a more back-to-basics approach.
Folksy pop songs with piano driven melodies, accompanied by understated strings and the ever-so-slight hint of old-time country. You can find it in his live performances or on his upcoming album Bird. I think Scene&Heard magazine said it best when they did a review of Noah's 2006 album Inside The Sleep Machine: "a gem... a pop-rock tour de force...
Noah East has a voice that is unparalleled by anything else in music right now". - Alex Sinclair (2007) Sounds like: Jeff Buckley meets Gin Blossoms meets a bottle of Southern Comfort... Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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