Just within the last 12 months the band has released a critically acclaimed album, earned college radio play throughout the country, received a "Best New Artist of the Year" nomination from Jam Magazine, received critical acclaim and radio play in twelve countries, and been asked to use a track from the album in an upcoming motion picture and recently made the charts in Europe.
The affect this band has on the crowd is amazing," says club manager Jen Halle, "they capture the audiences attention and keep them on their feet." As with many of the bands influences such as Tom Waits, the Allman Brothers, David Gray, the Grateful Dead and Dave Mathews, the Ron Noyes Band creates a relationship with its audience that is immediate and lasting. "They communicate through their music with dynamic shifts and a lot of emotion, it's really exciting to see and everyone leaves happy," adds promoter Jerry Moylan.
The music of the Ron Noyes band is spreading rapidly as fans connect with their soulful style, intense jams and sculpted music. "Its exciting," says bass player Frank Rayno, "being up there onstage and feeling this kind of response, its indescribable." With a successful college radio campaign, airplay on a major NH radio station, landing on the European Americana charts and a "Best New Artist of the Year" nomination, this band has a lot of momentum, and they have only just begun.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Seeing it Right
3. Simple and Free
6. Something Else
8. Another Day
9. Shuddering Westbound
10. One Way Ride