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BEHIND THE DRIVE- SHORTCUTS - VOL.71 - NOAH ZACHARIN – JANUARY 23, 2022

Hunters Bay Radio

BEHIND THE DRIVE- SHORTCUTS - VOL.71 - NOAH ZACHARIN – JANUARY 23, 2022 by Hunters Bay Radio

22mins

21 Jan 2022

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Wildman Steve's Record Shop Episode 22 - Noah Zacharin

Wildman Steve's Record Shop

Noah Zacharin is a widely acclaimed guitar master, multi-genre songwriter, and dynamic performer. He was given his first guitar at age 9, worte his first song at 13, and began performing at 14. In December 2015, Noah became a full-time recording and touring musician, and is more thrilled than ever to be doing what he has always done. Born in Montreal, Zacharin splits his time between Toronto, the road , and an off-grid cabin on the Canadian Shield. Noah is also an award-winning poet and translator, having won McGill's Chester-Macnaghten poetry prize and Matrix Magazine's translation prize. He's published hundreds of poems, translations, and review, in periodicals and anthologies worldwide, and is currently at work on his first full-length manuscript of poems.Support the show (http://www.wildmansteve.com/MEMBERS.html)

39mins

16 Mar 2020

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Noah Zacharin

The Drew Marshall Show

Noah Zacharin has been called "a stunning guitarist...no stylistic boundaries" (Holger Peterson, CBC, Stony Plain Records), "a wonderful songwriter and performer" (Paul Mills, Borealis Records), "a poet, a songwriter, a singer we have been waiting for" (the late Penny Lang), "a great guitarist/ singer/ songwriter...a wonderfully musical player" (Randy Finney, Founder TFGA)

44mins

3 Nov 2018

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Episode 398 - feat. Noah Zacharin & More New Releases

Folk Roots Radio... with Jan Hall

Toronto-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Noah Zacharin released one of our favourite albums of 2016, the genre defying electric album "Strange Rider". His latest album "A Startle Of Wings" is a stripped down and intimate affair, and features Noah playing almost strictly solo acoustic guitar on a collection of 14 songs that really shows the depth and quality of his songwriting. It's a recording that Noah describes as best enjoyed in a quiet space with headphones, and an album that really deserves to be explored and savoured. Noah Zacharin joins us on Episode 398 of Folk Roots Radio for an in-depth conversation about the new release. We also check out new music from Sugar Brown, Judy Brown, Sue Foley, Cousin Harley and Laura Cortese & the Dance Cards. Check out the full playlist on the website: http://folkrootsradio.com/folk-roots-radio-episode-398-feat-noah-zacharin-more-new-releases/

58mins

22 Sep 2018

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Interview - Noah Zacharin discussing new album "A Startle Of Wings"

Folk Roots Radio... with Jan Hall

Toronto-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Noah Zacharin released one of our favourite albums of 2016, the genre defying electric album "Strange Rider", a widescreen production that moved effortlessly between blues, jazz, folk, pop and r n' b, and even threw some doo-wop into the mix. Noah's just released the follow-up, "A Startle Of Wings", which sees Noah playing almost strictly solo acoustic guitar on 14 songs that show the depth and quality of his songwriting - a stripped down recording he describes as best enjoyed in a quiet space with headphones. This is an album that deserves to be explored and savoured. We caught up with Noah Zacharin at home in Toronto to learn more about the new album. Visit Noah Zacharin online at http://noahsong.com. Music: Noah Zacharin "Morning Comes On", "Starlings" and "Wood And Wire" from "A Startle Of Wings" (2018, Self).

35mins

26 Aug 2018