Season 4 Episode 7 - Keri Noble

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Video Summary

A nationally touring artist, Keri Noble shares music infused with pop rhythms & soulful stories; and wisdom gained from seven major recordings and a decade on the road. Taking inspiration from the historic Joni Mitchell album, Blue, Noble soon pushed herself to find her own songwriting voice. Noble says in music, she can “say what she otherwise couldn’t, and get away with it.”

Her singer-songwriting style has been compared to the likes of Norah Jones. Keri Noble’s success includes her song, “Emily,” used on the TV show “Grey’s Anatomy;” and another covered by Grammy-nominated, Kelly Clarkson. Keri’s newest album, More Than Santa, elegantly captures the mood and spirit of the holidays.

On the road, she also spent time with American soldiers in Iraq, delighting audiences with the gift of “You’re Home,” originally a secret download for troops and their families. Through it all, the Detroit-Minneapolis transplant gained creative control of her music by establishing her own record label, KikoSaysSo Music.

Currently, Noble is a morning show co-host on the radio station, Cities 97 in Minneapolis/St. Paul, and steps in to the KFAN sports-talk show most Fridays.

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