Ron Noyes Band
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Ron Noyes Band


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The best kept secret in music


"A Magical Moment"

"You don't have to listen to too much of "Something Else" to understand why the Ron Noyes Band garnered Best New Artist Nomination from Jam Magazine. Few albums have come to the table so complete and downright mature this early in a band's career. "Something Else" offers a blend of funky soul/soft rock that moves along at an easy pace with just a hint of swagger, and in Ron Noyes they have a singer who was born for romance; "Chainsmoke" is the kind of lush sensuous ballad that will have late-night radio producers salivating and quickly altering playlists. Although there are few surprises, the closing track is the exception. There is something chilling about a man opening up his soul to the public gaze, and on "One Way Ride" Ron Noyes will freeze the blood in your veins. No theatre histrionics; to listen to a simple and honest expression of feeling is still a magical moment."

--Michael Mee, Editor - The Hawick News, U.K.

"One of the Best Ever"

" of the best ever from central NH ... Absolutely perfect, excellent lyrics, solid guitar riffs and tight rhythm ... This is a band with a bright future." - Jam Magazine

"Most Sublime Noyes"

"If Beetoven's Fifth was the most sublime noise ever heard, as E.M. Forester once claimed, then this could be the most sublime Noyes ever heard." - Conway Daily Sun

"How a Classic Song Should be Built"

"We are definitely talking a lot about the disc with a total of 10 self-written songs where each note ticks by deliciously. I want to hear on my radio more songs of this caliber. "One Way Ride" is a textbook example of how a classic song should be built. Whoever can and dares to do that has my deepest respect. Here is a band who is at work making very professional music, with a great singer in their midst who can write a song and I expect they are great live. Will we find out soon?"

--David Hughes - European Modern Dance Magazine

"A Masterpiece"

"Beautiful storytelling with smokey vocals influenced by Dylan, Earle, and Van Zandt. Lyrically and melodically woven styles of the Dead, Miles Davis, and Pat Metheney. A truly emotional acoustic melody with drifting harmonies. A masterpiece. Please everyone give a listen! That means the entire CD!"

- Zy Bobbit, Music Director - WUVT 90.7 FM

"Radio Quick to Embrace the Band"

"The college radio campaign for the Ron Noyes Band has been the most successful campaign to date that I have been involved in. College radio has been quick to embrace the band, and I think that bodes very well for the future."

- Matt Connarton - Impact Player Music / Stretch The Skies

"Wonderful Collection of Inspired Songs"

"Noyes' first album is a wonderful collection of inspired songs from an artist with a bright future. I keep this CD in the same rotation as my David Gray, Jack Johnson, and Tom Waits CDs and it is right at home there. Noyes' grainy voice and catchy guitar leads evoke many moods as the album progresses, carrying you from relaxed and dreamy to excited and foot-stomping. The all contain first-rate instrumentation that will keep the tune running in your head long after the CD is done. I look forward with great anticipation to Noyes' next album." -

"An Intense Journey"

"'Mosaic,' Ron Noyes' debut album, highlights an intense journey through his diverse background. This album is a culmination of a lifetime of inspiration and a passion to present these thoughts as music. The music is a merger of acoustic and electric. rhythm and melody, and a mix of strong hooks and drifting harmonies that come together to form a unique, timely, and emotive musical landscape.

- Editorial Review -

"One of the Best Songs this Year"

"I really enjoy "Mosaic." It is a wonderful debut album from a very gifted artist, possibly the best effort I had the luck to listen to from an American songwriter in recent times. I was very impressed by the songwriting; the songs are all very fine, especially "Heels of the Night," which is an absolute favourite of mine and possibly one of the best songs I heard this year! The instrumental accompanyment is perfect for that voice that is so imbued with bitterness and emotional involvement."

- Marrimo Ferro - Highway 61, Italian Radio


Mosaic (2002), Something Else (2004)

#22 on Euro Americana chart
(Airplay received in Germany, Italy, Holland, Czech Republic, Belgium, Scotland, Ireland, England, Netherlands, Sweden)

National airplay on college and commercial radio.
Request the Ron Noyes Band at the following radio stations:

KULM 98.3, Columbus, TX [requests: (409)732-5766]

KZSU 90.1, Stanford U., Stanford, CA [requests: (650)723-9010], Audio feed:

WBRS 100.1, Brandeis U., Waltham, MA [requests: (781)736-5BRS,], Audio feed:

WBSR 88.1, Brown U., Providence, RI [requests: (401)272-9278], Audio feed:

WFUV 90.7, Fordham U., Bronx, NY [requests: (718)365-9815], Audio feed:

WJYY 105.5, Concord, NH [requests: 888-817-1055]

WKNH 91.3, Keene State, Keene, NH [requests: (603)358-TUNE, AIM: WKNH913FM]

WMFO 91.5, Tufts U., Medford, MA [requests: (617)627-3800, AIM: wmforadio], Audio feed:

WMPG 90.9, USM, Portland, ME [requests: (207)780-4590], Audio feed:

WMUA 91.1, UMass, Amherst, MA [requests: (413)545-3691], Audio feed:

WMWM 91.7, Salem State, Salem, MA (requests: (978)745-9170]

WNEC 91.7, NEC, Henniker, NH [requests: (603)428-6393]

WNYU 89.1, NYU, NYC [requests: (212)998-1652, AIM: wnyuradio]

WORM 92.1, Provincetown, MA [requests: (508)487-2619]

WRTC 89.3, Trinity College, Hartford, CT [requests: (867)290-2450], Audio feed:

WSIA 88.9, College of Staten Island, Staten Island, NY [requests: (718)982-3060], Audio feed:

WUMF 100.1, UMF, Farmington, ME [requests: (207) 778-8193], Audio feed:

WUML 91.5, UMass, Lowell, MA [requests: (978) 934-4969, AIM: WUML Radio], Audio feed:

WUNH 91.3, UNH, Durham, NH [requests: (603)862-2222], Audio feed:

WUVT 90.7, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA [requests: (540)231-9880]

WVOF 88.5, Fairfield U., Fairfield, CT [requests: (203)254-2400], Audio feed: mms://

WWPV 88.7, St. Michael's College, Colchester, VT [requests: (802)654-2887], Audio feed: mms://

WXIN 90.7, RI College, Providence, RI [requests: (401)456-8541], Audio feed:

WXRV 92.5, Boston, MA [requests:], Audio feed:

(Compiled from radio campaign conducted by Impacted Player Music/Stretch The Skies.)


Feeling a bit camera shy


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 America chart, the band began touring relentlessly, garnering an ever-expanding fanbase. Not slowing down, RNB then entered the studio to record their 2004 follow-up "Something Else," garnering airplay both in the U.S. and internationally, and proving particularly successful in the American college market. With a brand new disc slated for 2006, The Ron Noyes Band is primed for even greater success.