The songs of Tony Noe (pronounced No-ee) have been compared to various Classic Rock artists, largely influenced by the strong lyrics, melody and style of their craft. Supported by eclectic sounds ranging from Rock, Roots, Americana, Country, Orchestral, etc., his recordings have received radio play in the U.S. and abroad, at times broadcast side by side with major label artists. His music has also appeared in projects for MTV, The History Channel, Ovation TV, Animal Planet, Oxygen Channel, Style Network, HGTV, PGA Tour Entertainment and a promotional video for The September Concert
. Though live performance has more often taken place in solo/acoustic settings, full band shows were not uncommon.
Currently in the studio, he’s composing and scoring, recording and producing multi-genre instrumental pieces. In addition there are two new album projects in the works. One is an uplifting Singer/Songwriter sequel to "Chasing Better Days", while the other is made up of various instrumental, orchestrated and electronic compositions.
Additional credits include projects by Albert Collins, Tom Jones, Jellyfish, Larry McCray, The Knack, Maxi Priest, Vinnie Zummo, 46bliss, MD Ransom, as well as live performance with the Absolute Ensemble. If you look closely you might even catch him in the Buddy Giovinazzo film "Combat Shock".
Tony has a B.A. degree in music, periodically creates visual art and was co-founder of The Quiet Party
, an international nightclub event where people socialized by writing notes instead of talking. At the time, it received critical acclaim and was featured in news programs and articles around the globe. It also inspired others to create similar types of silent and quiet nightclub events, which still exist today.