We had a Vinyl Emergency! 

Adam Gardner (producer, Dead Reckoning) and I had a chance to sit down and talk with Jim Hanke's Vinyl Emergency podcast a few weeks ago. We had a great time. Adam talks about Nashville and his time there, and we discuss the new album.

Record Release LIVE STREAM 



The album release party was a humbling experience. This felt like such a great show from my end. Thanks to you all for your support. We had a great time, and we can't wait to do more of this. 

A Word on "Dead Reckoning"... 




Hello there, music lovers!  For those of you that do not know, I am Noah Gabriel, a singer-songwriter from Aurora, IL.  I have spent the last 15 years writing, recording and performing all over the states, but mostly locally.  To date I have nine albums, and I'm getting ready to release number ten: "Dead Reckoning."  To celebrate this big release, I wanted to do it right by putting it out on VINYL.  I know some of you are looking at your iPods thinking, "Why vinyl?"  Good question. 

"Dead Reckoning" is a…

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Radio One Chicago on Noah's Arcade's new album - "Easy" 

"Fresh on the heels of last year’s self-titled debut triumph, power-trio Noah’s Arcade return with Easy, the band’s second album and a further powerful dissection of characters in desperate times or taking even more desperate measures. Whether the musical vibe is laid-back and loose or grimey and aggressive, this group (fronted by vocalist/guitarist Noah Gabriel and rounded out by bassist/vocalist Chad Watson and drummer Justin O’Connell) bares all in the stories of woeful journeys and what’s waiting on the…Read more

Teresa Burke's review of Noah's Arcade with Robert Randolph 



"The night started off with a band from the Chicago suburbs, Noah’s Arcade. You never know what you’ll get with an opening band and I have to say I was more than pleasantly surprised. Based on crowd reaction song after song, I wasn’t the only one. Singer/guitarist Noah Gabriel’s vocals and experienced guitar playing had the full attention of this Chicago crowd well before their set was even halfway over. Their set started with On the Run that had guitar heavy riffs and a beat that made you want to move your…

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