Singer, songwriter, and musician, David Noll, is praised and beloved by those who listen to him sing and play his guitar.
Here are just a few things his listeners have said to describe his music: “beautiful, soul stirring voice” “joyful, sensitive, moving, healing, and comforting” “both inspirational and motivational”.
David has established himself as “a professional whose artistry is so wonderfully displayed through lyrics, style and musical emotionalism.”
David has performed in a variety of venues. Performances closest to his heart include singing for the assisted living residents and Alzheimer's
patients at Belmont Village Houston and Belmont Village Turtle Creek in Dallas, TX, and performing for weddings and funerals. He also recently sang for Holy Observances at the Baha’i House of Worship in Wilmette, IL. David was a featured entertainer at Gallagher’s Restaurant in Corpus Christi, TX from 1977 to 1991, and has also provided music for many community events over the years. Performances include United Nations Human Rights Day, Bayfest, Rio Fest, The Art in the Heart Festival, The Corpus Christi Acoustic Music Festival, observances of Martin Luther King’s Birthday in Corpus Christi, Texas as well as Baha’i Fireside House Concerts, the Building the KingdomConference (in Milwaukee, WI in 2001). David has also performed in coffeehouses, songwriter showcases, colleges, creative writing classes, restaurants and clubs, weddings, funerals and private parties throughout Texas, as well as in Los Angeles, CA and Nashville, TN.
As a songwriter, David has written and cowritten lyrics and music for organizations such as The Texas State Aquarium, The Corpus Christi Child Abuse Council, and The Junior Peace Makers Club. He also collaborated with Dr. Carmen Tafolla, writing songs for the children’s book, Baby Coyote and the Old Woman. David engineered and played guitar for the production of the CD for the Hal Leonard book Dirt Simple Fiddle, by Mary Ann Willis.
Born in Corpus Christi, Texas, David grew up in the nearby small town of Ingleside. He began to write poetry when he was nine years old and to play the piano and guitar in his early teens. It wasn’t long before David began to set his poems to music. As it turned out, this was just the beginning of a lifelong career as a professional musician, singer, and songwriter.
Links to work and music:
David Noll, Original songs and music:
Dirt Simple Fiddle by Mary Ann Willis