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Song House (Canada): Bio

Jennifer Noble - Songwriter, Singer

Singer-Songwriter

Jennifer Noble is a singer-songwriter who specializes in powerful songs with deep lyrics and memorable, rich melodies. She is a singer’s singer, with a wide range and a deep love of the human condition in all its nuance and joy.

As a recording artist, she has co-produced and released original music including “For As Long As We Both Shall Live”. She wrote with and fronted the Foxrun Band and Three Stand Out "This Game of Life" (T. Chipman, Greg Hambleton, J. Noble), which charted on A/C stations across Canada. She was a vocalist with Crazy Leggs, Feast of Friends, sang backup vocals with Liberty Silver, Coconut Groove and many others. For television, “Question Marks” was placed in Doe-Eye Media Productions’ 2013 “Made in Canada”, a documentary about the film and TV business in Canada.

Jennifer has cowritten with writers from around the world, with active partnerships in Nashville, Tennessee. She is currently writing with several up-and-coming artists and
booking live performances in and around Toronto with guitarist Russell Edward Williams, one of Toronto's most adaptable guitarists, and Matt King for gigs in and around Hamilton, Ontario.

For booking information, singing lessons or vocal coaching please contact: jennifer@songhouse.ca
905-455-8322 studio-cell