STEVE NOONAN EPK

Great Stuff!”

— –Dan Kimpel, Music Connection magazine (I Could Be Anywhere)

I Really Love this CD!”

— –Juanita Copeland, Sound Emporium Studios, (I Could Be Anywhere0

Steve Noonan, a former recording engineer for Prince, is a blend of influences:  70’s artists like Neil Young and Warren Zevon; and 80’s post modern bands like The Cure and Echo &The Bunnymen.  The end results are clear vocals entwined in pleasingly connected sections, all surrounded by his 12-string guitar’s lush open chords.

His 2009 self-titled EP release established a sound in Minneapolis that is his own.  The 2012 release of his second EP, A Mile Long, represented a new level to Noonan’s music.  Enlisting Dustin Burnett—a Nashville area producer—the record further highlighted Steve Noonan’s lyrical ability, and explored the emotion that a bigger, fuller rock arrangement can evoke from his well-crafted songs.  His third record, I Could Be Anywhere, also recorded in Nashville with Dustin Burnett on the project, showcases Noonan’s evolving artistry within a harder edge.

RADIO PLAYS AND ADDS:  Over 100 stations throughout U.S.A. and Canada

INTERVIEWS

Interview with 89.3 The Current Radio in St. Paul about my days as a recording engineer with Prince.  Artist Steve Noonan on working for Prince

Feature in in Lake Minnetonnka Magazine CLICK HERE

Live performance and interview with Simon Husbands, host of TRUE BRIT! RADIO  KFAI.ORG CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

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