Noé Licon was born of a musical family. He began with a garage band at the age of 15. His ambition to become a performer was dormant during his military service, marriage and successful businesses until he lost his wife, Ophelia. Her memories and support for his music is the driving force behind his current stage success. Performing for the public is what Noé has done most of his life boxing at the age of ten, singing with his garage band at fifteen, sky diveing during his tour in the army, compeating in karate touraments., and is still active as a Karate Instructor.
Noé gets his Rock, Pop, Blues, and R&B from the influences of Al Green, Solomon Burke, B.B. King, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, Percy Sledge, Ben E. King, Michael Bolton, James Brown, U-2, & Otis Redding.
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