Jesse and Noah

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Jesse & Noah
JesseandNoahBluebirdCafe.jpg
Jesse & Noah, Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, Tennessee
Background information
Origin Nashville, Tennessee
Genres Country, rock, Americana
Years active 2001–present
Labels Bellerophon
Associated acts The Bellamy Brothers, Elston Gunn
Website www.jesseandnoah.com
Members
  • Jesse Bellamy
  • Noah Bellamy

Jesse & Noah is a Nashville, Tennessee country-rock duo with roots in central Florida, consisting of brothers Jesse Bellamy and Noah Bellamy.[1] Jesse and Noah were raised in Darby, Florida on their family's cattle farm and got an early taste of the touring musician's life, going on the road frequently with their father, David Bellamy of the country-pop duo, the Bellamy Brothers.[2][3]

In 2002, Jesse and Noah moved from Tampa, Florida, to Nashville, Tennessee. Their debut album with Fort Worth-based Smith Music Group titled Nowhere Revisited was released in 2006.[4][5] 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' album Jesus Is Coming. 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.[6][7][8]

Driven Back was released in August 2012 and featured the song "You Could Have Had it All" with accompanying video on CMT.com[9]

Brethren (Bellerophon Records) came out in May 2015, an EP of cover versions highlighting sibling harmonies in classic country music, including the Everly Brothers song, "All I Have to Do Is Dream".

Southern Usonia (independent release) was self-produced at their home studio in Nashville, Tennessee and released October 14, 2016. Rolling Stone Country premiered a video for the single, "This Town Was Built on Heartbreak Songs",[10] filmed at the Nashville Palace and featuring footage of honky tonks on Lower Broadway, and celebrity cameos from Tanya Tucker, T. G. Sheppard, Ronnie McDowell, Deborah Allen, and the Bellamy Brothers.

Discography[edit]

  • Landfall (2010)
  • Driven Back (2012)
  • Brethren (2015)
  • Southern Usonia (2016)

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. ^ Maverick, CD Review: Jesse & Noah "Nowhere Revisited" Issue No. 60, July 2007
  5. ^ The Texas Music Times, May 2007, Jesse and Noah: The New Bellamy Brothers , Keith Howerton
  6. ^ CountryStarsOnline.com, Jesse & Noah - Nowhere Revisited, By: George Peden, CSO Staff Journalist April 27, 2007
  7. ^ Maverick, CD Review: Jesse & Noah "Nowhere Revisited" Issue No. 60, July 2007
  8. ^ CMA Close Up, Who to Watch in 2007, Feb/March 2007
  9. ^ "(Video) You Could Have Had It All by Jesse and Noah". CMT Artists. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  10. ^ "See Jesse & Noah Bellamy's 'Heartbreak Song' to Nashville". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 

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