Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Blake Noble

Old St. Francis School - Father Luke's Room

7 - 10 pm


All ages welcome

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About Blake Noble

Blake Noble

Blake Noble is an Australian Composer, Guitarist and Didgeridoo player known for his incredible and unique 'Percussive Guitar' style played simultaneously with the ancient Australian Didgeridoo. A musician's musician who transcends genres and ages, captivating audiences both young and old in his adopted home of Seattle, and abroad. Seattle Weekly says "With each performance, Blake Noble reinvents the traditional image of a one-man band." Backbeat Seattle said "His music at times seems to tell stories that most bands and musicians can't convey on their best days."

In the last few years, Noble has rapidly gained attention while touring in Australia, New Zealand, America and France, with impressive opening slots for The John Butler Trio, Mike Love, Jon Gomm, IRMA, Pickwick, Alan White (Yes, John Lennon), John Popper (Blues Traveller), Lee Oskar, Bryan John Appleby, The Grizzled Mighty, Austin Jenckes, Cody Beebe & the Crooks, Hillstomp, Ivan & Alyosha, Tango Alpha Tango, Kris Orlowski, Marcus Eaton, and more.

Semi Finalist International Songwriting Competition for 'Perpetual Leader' (Instrumental) Featured on the TV show Band in Seattle in 2015, and the episode is now on all Alaska Airlines flights. Signed with Marmoset Publishing in Nov, 2015. Featured on well known Paris blog '3eme' Gauche' with Perpetual Leader. Featured on numerous TV and Radio shows including New Day NW, Evening Magazine, The Bob Rivers Show, The Marty Riemer show and many more.