Noah Henson

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Noah Henson
Birth name Noah Henson I
Also known as Noah
Born (1981-04-18) April 18, 1981 (age 33)[1]
Genres Christian music, (Christian metal), Alternative metal, Nu Metal, Heavy Metal, Post-grunge
Occupations Guitarist
Instruments Guitar
Labels Sony
Associated acts Pillar
Notable instruments
Guitar

Noah Henson I (born on April 18, 1981) is the lead guitarist for the Christian rock band Pillar. Henson joined after Travis Jenkins left in 2001 and has been recorded in all of Pillar's major albums except their first, Above. Originally from Cary, North Carolina, Henson now lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma with his wife, Lindsey Henson, and two children, Hannah and Noah II. He was ready to shoot the music video for For The Love of The Game and he got the call that his wife, Lindsey Henson had gone in labor.[2]

He states that he is musically influenced by Mark Tremonti and is a huge fan of Alter Bridge, one of the two bands who Tremonti plays guitar for (the other being Creed).

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