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Noah Hunt - Lead Singer of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band & Jason Dennie

Live at the Ludlow Garage

Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)

Noah Hunt - Lead Singer of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band...

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Front Row Apr 8, 2017 $35.00 $6.64
Gold Apr 8, 2017 $20.00 $6.19
Silver Apr 8, 2017 $17.00 $6.10
Bronze Apr 8, 2017 $17.00 $6.10
Table 19
Table 19 is a 36 inch round bar table with 4 bar stools. The price includes all 4 seats and the table.
Apr 8, 2017 $100.00 $8.59
gold
This seat has a partially obstructed view of the back of the stage.
Apr 8, 2017 $20.00 $6.19
silver
This seat has a partially obstructed view of the back of the stage.
Apr 8, 2017 $17.00 $6.10
Front row
This seat has a partially obstructed view of the back of the stage.
Apr 8, 2017 $35.00 $6.64
Gold
This seat has a partially obstructed view of the back of the stage.
Apr 8, 2017 $20.00 $6.19

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When: (Doors open at 7:00 PM)

Ticket Price: $17.00 – $35.00

Door Time: 7:00 PM

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Noah Hunt has been the voice of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s band since 1997, when he recorded the Shreveport-born blues guitar player’s second album, Trouble Is. We know a lot about the blonde-haired former ingénue who can channel Stevie Ray Vaughan with just a few plucks of a guitar string and that he is mighty obsessed with classic cars. But what do we know about the dark-haired man behind those vocal cords singing the blues rock that Shepherd is known for? “I’d rather just sing than talk about myself,” Hunt proclaimed with a hearty laugh upon starting our interview before their show in Biloxi earlier this month.

Shepherd may be the face and orator of the KWS Band but we felt it was time to get to know the other voice. Touring on the heels of a wonderful new album appropriately titled Goin’ Home, Hunt was again called upon to stir up the blues pot of gold, covering such classics as Bo Diddley’s “You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover” and BB King’s “You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now,” both of which they have been performing live.

Hunt has always been a natural fit for Shepherd’s guitar tone. Despite earning a college degree in English, music steered his future from an early age. With soundcheck looming, Hunt opened up a bit about his life before and after Kenny Wayne.

Since we don’t know a lot about you, why don’t you tell us where you grew up and how you got into music.

Well, I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and I always loved music, even as a small child. I used to lay in bed when I was a little kid and make up songs when I was like three years old. When I was four, my parents got me piano lessons at the old Baldwin factory in town there. I think it was 1974, and they had a real advanced, for the time, kind of teaching method. It was sort of like the Yamaha method but it was very hands-on. I learned how to play piano and to read music and taught how to sing. So between the time I was four and seven, I had piano lessons and I really got the basics.

At the same time, I got a little record player, a kids record player, and I got tired of my own records so I went and pillaged my parents’ record collection and I loved The Beatles. I would play all their Beatles records, and this was before I was in Kindergarten, but I would play all their Beatles records and scratched them up (laughs). Then I kind of worked my way through their catalog. As I grew up and got older I moved on to like the Stones and Pink Floyd, and into my teen years I got into the Allman Brothers and the Grateful Dead. So I was pretty much raised on Classic Rock. I quit playing the piano when I was seven or eight because I got into sports and other things kids do. Then when I was sixteen, I taught myself to play guitar, which was pretty easy because of piano, but I pretty much just did that so I could accompany myself with singing. That’s always what came natural to me, the singing. I tried to be Jimi Hendrix for a while but I just couldn’t do it (laughs) so I had to focus on other things.

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    Live at the Ludlow Garage
    342 Ludlow Avenue
    Cincinnati, OH 45220

    Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)


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