Jesse and Noah

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Jesse and Noah is a Florida based country music duo.[1] It is composed of Jesse Bellamy and Noah Bellamy, the sons of The Bellamy Brothers.[2][3] In the late 1990s, Jesse and Noah formed and were members of a group called Burning Sky. The group released a video that year for their single "It Weeps In My Heart" which was featured on CMT.[4]

Their debut project with Fort Worth based Smith Music Group titled Nowhere Revisited was released in 2006.[5][6] Jesse and Noah's first single, "Daddy's Got a Shotgun," made the Texas Music Chart's Top 50 Songs of 2006.[7] Additionally, the song, “Wild and Willin’” received Texas Music Chart success.[8] Their song, “You’re the World”, co-written by Jesse Bellamy and David Bellamy, was included on both the Nowhere Revisited album and the Bellamy Brothers, "Jesus Is Coming" album. This song earned Jesse Bellamy his first gold record when Wenche of Denmark released her version of the song.[9] The album included a cover of the Tom T. Hall-penned “Faster Horses” and earned them the "Who to Watch in 2007" title by the Country Music Association.[10][11][12]

NOWHERE REVISTED

Label: Smith Entertainment

01. Daddy's Got a Shotgun
02. Wild and Willin'
03. I'm All About You
04. You're the World
05. Drivin' Nowhere
06. Santa Ana Winds
07. Faster Horses (The Cowboy and the Poet)
08. Spirit Road
09. Soul Food
10. Every Day's a Revolution
11. Tumblin' Down
12. You Got the Wrong Number
13. You Can Always Count on Me (To Let You Down)
14. The Best Thing That I'll Ever Know

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LANDFALL

Label: Luna Chica Records

01. Tow Truck
02. Tryin' To Keep It Real
03. Waiting On An Echo
04. Buries In Blue Jeans
05. Crackerjack Heart
06. First Call After Last Call
07. Landfall
08. If I Were You
09. Dirty With A Southern Drawl
10. Sunny Weather With You
11. No Expiration
12. Won't Give In

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Texas Music Times, Jesse and Noah: The New Bellamy Brothers , Keith Howerton, May 2007,
  2. ^ The Texas Music Times, Jesse and Noah: The New Bellamy Brothers , Keith Howerton, May 2007
  3. ^ Maverick, CD Review: Jesse & Noah “Nowhere Revisited” Issue No. 60, July 2007
  4. ^ http://www.cmt.com/news/news-in-brief/1476632/bellamys-the-next-generation.jhtml
  5. ^ Maverick, CD Review: Jesse & Noah “Nowhere Revisited” Issue No. 60, July 2007
  6. ^ The Texas Music Times, May 2007, Jesse and Noah: The New Bellamy Brothers , Keith Howerton
  7. ^ Lufkin Daily News, With a few tricks up their sleeves, the Bellamy Brothers will rock the Electric Cowboy ThursdayApril 27, 2007
  8. ^ http://www.epiphone.com/news.asp?NewsID=853, Jesse And Noah Bellamy Take Epiphone On Texas Radio Tour, May 2, 2007
  9. ^ Best in Texas, Key Notes, Katie Key, July 2007
  10. ^ CountryStarsOnline.com, Jesse & Noah - Nowhere Revisited, By: George Peden, CSO Staff Journalist April 27, 2007
  11. ^ Maverick, CD Review: Jesse & Noah “Nowhere Revisited” Issue No. 60, July 2007
  12. ^ CMA Close Up, Who to Watch in 2007, Feb/March 2007
  13. ^ http://www.cmt.com/artists/az/jesse_and_noah/1332495/album.jhtml

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