The Blake Noble Band
& Aaron Daniel's One Man Banned
"When Blake Noble views his 12-string guitar, he sees not only the steel strings, but the whole percussive potential of the hollow body" Kevin Bull, Reverb Magazine
Aussie multi-instrumentalist Blake Noble is the serious business. Quitting his job, selling his belongings and moving into a tent on a hippy commune for two years to focus entirely on developing his unique percussive guitar skills. Blake has been hitting his stride in 2012 with his 12-string percussive guitar flair. He secured endorsement deals with Elixir Strings, Bigfoot Stompbox and Didgeridoo Breath and independently released his first album titled 'Music for the end of the world', bravely shrugging off advice and keeping it completely instrumental.
In mid 2012, he made the big move from the small beach town of Byron Bay, Australia, to Seattle, Washington, and hit the ground running, taking first place in the Northwest Lovefest Open Stage competition (scoring a 5 track EP recording and music video.) The Americans can't get enough of the Aussie import and already he is being booked all over the country to perform his mesmerizing solo show, which features the ancient Australian Didgeridoo [seemingly played with ease] simultaneously with his impressive percussive guitar skills.
We invite you to join the Blake Noble camp and help to support his music. In a time when 'souless, drab, auto-tuned pop music' owns the airwaves, it is important to support the musicians who live life on the road, stay true to their roots, and play from the heart.