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Runner Up: "What Could It Be", "The Jig Is Up"
Honorable Mention: "One Hand Giving", "Unexpectedly" -

Named one of the Top 5 Vocalists in the September Issue of Singer Universe Magazine "Best Vocalist Of The Month" Competition:
"What Could It Be" (pop/AC). Also one of the Top 5 Vocalists in the January Issue, for "One Hand Giving".


ACOUSTIC category:
Award Recipient, ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Song: What Could It Be

ACOUSTIC category:
Song: The Jig Is Up

FUNK category:
Song: One Hand Giving.

JAZZ category:
Song: Unexpectedly. -

Adult Contemporary Winner

Noah Churchill - "What Could It Be"

September's songwriting contest winners and finalists include songwriters from Canada, India, Australia, The United States, The United Kingdom, Kazakhstan, Austria, and The Netherlands. Vocal ability was not taken into consideration. Production/mixing quality was also not taken into consideration. For example, Noah Churchill won the "Adult Contemporary Category" with a vocal/ piano recording. The winning songs were selected only by the songwriting aspects of the material. -

The song "What Could It Be" received Honorable Mention in the R & B category of Session II of the song contest. -


Noah's Fortune EP



The Recent Story:

Noah Churchill's musical style defies categorization; each song has a distinct flavor, rhythm, and message. His vocal style reflects a wide range of influences and yet remains unique and original, capable of delivering a hauntingly touching love song as well as upbeat jazzy pop styles, bluesy renditions, and "World Music" genres including reggae and Afro-Cuban.

While living in Santa Barbara CA, Noah has performed with fellow musicians as a group ("Noah's Fortune") and solo engagements at many popular music venues, private parties and community events, and was a featured performing guest on a local TV broadcast of Channel 17's Musical Cafe. His 4 song EP, "Noah's Fortune" was recorded in 2006 at Tantrum Studios in Montecito,CA., and has received radio airplay on Northern California stations from Berkely to Mendocino, garnering interest and response from listeners and DJs alike. He has been a featured "in-studio" artist on KSVY community radio in Sonoma, "Busking, with David Robbins", and on "Mornings in Sonoma with Ken Brown", with live web streaming reaching listeners worldwide.

Noah Churchill was one of the "Top Five Vocalists of the Month" in Singer Universe Magazine in September 2006, and again in January 2007. In November 2006, Noah was chosen by the Los Angeles Music Awards Blind Judging Contest as Acoustic "Artist of the Year" ("What Could It Be"), and Funk "Male Singer/Songwriter of the Year" ("One Hand Giving"). He was also a Nominee in the Jazz category ("Unexpectedly") and additional Honorable Mention in Acoustic category ("The Jig Is Up"). He has also won the "Adult Contemporary Category" for the month of September in the 2006 Song of the Year contest with his vocal/ piano recording entitled "What Could It Be". In May 2007, the song "What Could It Be" received Honorable Mention in the R & B category for Session II of the John Lennon Song Contest. 14th Annual Billboard World Song Contest (2006) Top 500 - Honorable Mention: "One Hand Giving" and "What Could It Be" ; Top 1500 - Honorable Mention: "Unexpectedly" and "The Jig Is Up". On the website, where the listeners vote for their favorite music and artists, Noah was a top ten finalist in December in the Acoustic, Jazz, and Solo Performance categories, and also among the top ten in January for Jazz and Solo Performance.

Currently, Noah lives in Santa Barbara, working on completion of his first full length CD, due for release in 2008. Watch for it!!

The Long Story:

Noah Churchill's life as a musician began at the age of seven, when asked what he wished for "Santa" to leave under the Christmas tree, he replied: "a saxaphone". From the first moment he picked up the instrument, Noah's natural musical ability became apparent. But Noah's relationship with music itself was always apparent, and perhaps inevitable.

Music was both a heritage and a tradition in Noah's upbringing: his grandfather was a jazz pianist/arranger/composer/conductor; his grandmother was a cellist in the local symphony orchestra; his parents played guitar and sang, and older brother played piano and percussion instruments. This, combined with a network of musically talented extended family and friends introduced Noah to a variety of musical genres. The sounds of classical, jazz, folk, sea-chanties, country, big-band, rock, pop and multi-cultural music were frequently a part of daily life and family gatherings. He was "tuned-in" to music at an early age and had the innate ability to play "by ear".

After years of playing alto sax in school bands and jazz ensembles Noah began exploring other instruments. Using his understanding of music theory to master several string and wind instruments, he began to focus on guitar as his primary instrument, absorbing various styles and techniques solely by concentrated observation and practice. Once he began composing his own music and lyrics, he discovered the path that would allow him to do what he does best - perform his original material!

Over the next few years Noah's travels took him to locations near and far, living and performing in California, Oregon, Hawaii, and Texas as well as visits to Cuba and New Zealand. He travelled to and performed in Arizona, Colorado, Montana and Washington, where he was well received and continues to amass a following of friends and fans. His most recent travels have taken him to Germany, Italy and France. Travelling to promote his music and expand his friend/fan base has afforded Noah a wealth of experience, enriching his songwriting and performance skills.

Besides being a talented artist and musician, Noah is also an exceptional human being, often reaching out to help others. One comment from his "Myspace" site illustrates the effect he has on many who cross his path. Quoting a line from Noah's song, "One Hand Giving", a friend writes:

" '...just remember that a man you have not met before could be the stranger feeding you when you're hungr