Noah Georgeson

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Noah Georgeson
Birth name Noah Andrew Georgeson
Born (1975-01-19) January 19, 1975 (age 40)
Nevada City, California, USA
Instruments Vocals
Classical Guitar
Electric Guitar
Bass
Charango
Piano
Years active 1999 - present
Labels Plain Recordings
Associated acts Devendra Banhart, Joanna Newsom, Bert Jansch, Mason Jennings, Little Joy, The Strokes, Charlotte Gainsbourg
Notable instruments
Guitar

Noah Georgeson is a Latin Grammy winning musician, producer, and solo recording artist. Georgeson's debut album Find Shelter was released through Plain Recordings on November 28, 2006.[1] Born in San Anselmo, California, he moved with his family to Nevada City, California at the age of three. Georgeson studied classical guitar and music composition, receiving his BA in composition from San Francisco State University in 2001, and, with a recommendation from Terry Riley, he attended Mills College, receiving his Master of Fine Arts in 2003. While at Mills, Georgeson studied with Fred Frith, Pauline Oliveros, and Alvin Curran. Georgeson first found popular success as a part of San Francisco band The Pleased, along with fellow member Joanna Newsom, whose debut album The Milk-Eyed Mender he produced. As a musician, producer, and mixer, Georgeson has since worked with Devendra Banhart, The Strokes, Little Joy, Bert Jansch, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Robin Pecknold, Mason Jennings, Cedric Bixler, Adam Green, Os Mutantes, Adan Jodorowski, Harper Simon, Flo Morrissey, Cate Le Bon, and Rodrigo Amarante.


In 2013 Georgeson won a Latin Grammy Award as a producer of Natalia Lafourcade's Mujer Divina - Homenaje A Agustín Lara, and received a nomination in the category 'Best engineered album'.

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  1. ^ Pitchfork: Banhart/Newsom Producer Georgeson Releases Debut
  2. ^ "Forever So". Sub Pop Records. Retrieved 7 February 2013. 

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