Ron Noyes Band
Ron Noyes Band The Ron Noyes Band is a four-piece original act described as emotive, unique, and timely. Their blend of roots rock, funk, singer-songwriter, and soul creates a sound that is touted in 12 countries. RNB fuses intricate melodies, meaningful lyrics, tight grooves, and intense instrumentation. Since 2002, The Ron Noyes Band has rapidly grown into one of the New England's most highly acclaimed and talked about acts. After the debut album "Mosaic" landed them on the European Americana chart, the band began touring relentlessly, garnering an ever-expanding fan base. Not slowing down, RNB then entered the studio to record their 2004 follow-up "Something Else," earning airplay both in the U.S. and internationally as well as at home . This release then landed at 8 in Jam Magazine's list of the Top 100 Albums to come out of New England in the last decade The band has now released "Come Hell or High Water," to rave reviews. Tracks from this record can be heard on 95 stations across the country. The band has been picked up by Powderfinger Promotions (311, India Arie, Columbia Records) and is in the midst of their first national commercial campaign. John Popper (Blues Traveler) recently received a copy of the new record and sought out the band's performance that night, showing up with his harmonicas ready to play. Popper performed "Another Day" with the band (Something Else, 2004) and has this to say about the new record: "This is a truly great album, from start to finish."