19 year old singer/songwriter Noah Alexander knew at a young age that he wanted to play guitar, and he “wanted to play it loud.” Raised in Moultonborough, NH, He grew up listening to artists such as U2, Green Day, and Bon Jovi with his mom and dad. At the age of 6, he received his first guitar and couldn’t put it down. After years of lessons, he jumped at the first opportunity to play and sing at his teacher’s guitar recital in 5th grade, and his dream of becoming an artist came alive. He is a multi-instrumentalist playing guitar and saxophone and he began to write his own songs when he was 14. Noah also began to play out at 15 and became a featured artist at local restaurants in his hometown such as the Town Dock’s, Patrick’s Pub, and Lavinia’s. At age 17, he won a radio songwriting contest, which led him to play in front of 5,000 people. Upon arriving at Belmont University in Nashville, he started listening to more country artists like Devin Dawson, Jimmie Allen, and Luke Combs and fell in love with the story-telling nature of country music. That’s when he realized that country was where his passion for music was truly rooted. Whether he becomes a big artist or not, he believes that country music is the road in which he can tell his stories start to finish, and refuses to walk away from his dream at any cost.