“..in music as in life..”
Twenty two-year-old singer/songwriter, Leah Nobel, first fell in love with music at a very young age when her father would sing her to sleep to the Journeymen‘s ‘500 Miles‘. At 3 years old Leah was turning the family living room fireplace into a stage for performing where she began serenading her family and friends. On her thirteenth birthday she received her first guitar..., an acoustic Takamine, and soon discovered the therapeutic powers of songwriting. While at Northern Arizona University Leah put her talents to use by performing at open-mic nights in and around the Phoenix and Flagstaff areas, which later culminated into numerous shows through-out Arizona which has garnered her rave reviews and many loyal fans. Leah’s style is best described as contemporary pop with a few neo-folk influences sprinkled on top…“she’s a refreshingly talented artist that falls somewhere between Suzanne Vega and Sara Bareillis, but with a signature uniqueness all her own.”
Leah’s music runs the gamut from brutally honest and poignant to flirty and poppy, as evidenced on the radio friendly gems, Where I Want To Go and Best Day, to the catchy sing-along song, Fruit Jam. She then changes gears entirely with the beautiful, brutal honesty of Shoot Me Shoot Me, which stops you in your tracks at first listen when Leah sings.. “Shoot me shoot me in the front that‘s right, I want to see what’s happening to me. Don’t shoot me shoot me from behind, because if I go down I don’t want to be blind..“ When it comes to songwriting Leah says she finds endless inspiration from nature, love, friendship, relationships and the never-ending roller coaster of real life. With numerous self-penned songs already under her belt, Leah prides herself in creating music that is raw, relatable, lyrically driven and disarmingly powerful…and always from the heart.
..So in music as in life.
Leah's album is available online through the sixtyone,itunes, spotify,amazon, rhapsody, and www.leahnobel.com