The Valley The Valley
Top Markets 1. Los Angeles, CA 2. New York, NY 3. Seattle, WA 4. Boston, MA 5. Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX 6. Chicago, IL 7. San Fransisco, CA 8. Raleigh, NC 9. Denver, CO 10. Houston, TX
• Social media campaign will support tour markets, physical retailers and digital service providers using Noah’s 448k Facebook followers, and 486k Youtube subscribers. Ad budget of 2k will be focused on UK/EU tour dates, DSP links, and retail accounts. • Digital PR outlets featuring “I Would Die 4 U” to include: USAToday.com, RollingStone.com, and People.com.
• Heavy National Publicity to TV show placement, print, and tour dates. Nashville Media Blitz day on May 11th before pre-order goes live and performance on Today In Nashville April 6th.
• UK/European tour to include 11 performance dates. The Glee performance event in London will also have an interview/performance with outlets London Live and Music News. • CMA Fest performance and FanFair X artist signings.
• Noah Guthrie to guest and perform "I Will Die 4 U" on Hallmark channel's "Home & Family" for airing on Tuesday, April 11, and Wed. April 12. This will also be posted to Hallmarks 2.6 million Facebook followers and 110k Youtube Subscribers.
Just seven years ago, Noah Guthrie was a high school junior, posting cover songs on YouTube from the bedroom of his South Carolina home. Now, the former GLEE star and social media phenom is about to release his sophomore album of original material, The Valley, June 23, 2017 on his own independent label through Sony RED and available digitally for pre-order (iTunes, Amazon, Google) on May 12, 2017. Two singles, “Love You Now” – which came out for Valentine’s Day on February 10th and “Pardon Me,” (released in June 2016,) precede the full-length, follow-up to his August, 2013 debut, Among the Wildest Things.
Guthrie’s upcoming single is a fully-produced band version of Prince’s “I Would Die 4 U,” a bonus track on the new album (complete with strings,) that is slated to come out April 14th, marking the one-year anniversary of the superstar’s passing.
Guthrie recorded The Valley, with his older brother Ian, who doubles as co-producer, engineer and drummer, “whatever I need him to do,” says Noah. He also used two of the musicians in his touring band – bassist Phillip Conrad and guitarist Rhett Shull – as well as keyboardist Rhett Huffman. Guthrie is set to hit the road in April for a European tour in Germany, Switzerland and Netherlands, where he has developed an impressive following.
“Artist’s Bio: Just seven years ago, Noah Guthrie was a high school junior, posting cover songs on YouTube from the bedroom of his South Carolina home. Now, the former GLEE star and social media phenom is about to release his sophomore album of origional material.
Born and raised in South Carolina, Noah grew up in a home filled with music. Always singing around the house, Noah credits his dad for teaching him to learn his true voice and hone his gift. When he was fourteen, Noah received his first guitar and started writing songs. As a practiced musician on the bass, guitar, and trumpet by the time he was 13, everyone around him knew early on that he had an innate gift.
Now one of the most talked about new voices in music, Noah is steadily building a name for himself as a singer/songwriter. His richly textured voice is capable of conveying the emotion of a lyric as only a handful of artists can in today’s music world.
Building his following from the bottom up in the brave new digital world with old-school grass roots diligence, Guthrie has amassed a following that includes more than 74 million views on YouTube with 484k subscribers to his channel; 425k+ likes on Facebook and almost 550k monthly Spotify listeners. Guthrie has posted five compilations of covers on Spotify that include versions of songs by Taylor Swift (“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” with 3.3 million streams), Adele (“Set Fire to the Rain,” with 8.3 million streams) and Mumford & Sons (“Little Lion Man” and “Timshel”.) In addition, Guthrie’s largely viewed, slowed-down, bluesy take on LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It,” has been viewed more than 25 million times on YouTube and streamed another 1.5 million times on Spotify.
Guthrie’s online success helped him secure the pivotal role of Roderick Meeks on the sixth and final season of GLEE, where he earned raves for his performances of Hozier’s “Take Me to Church,” Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” George Michael’s “Father Figure” and Wilson Pickett’s “Mustang Sally,” showing off a classic voice capable of going from a whisper to a scream, that is equal parts Sam Cooke, Rod Stewart and Jerry Garcia. Noah has opened for wide variety of artists, including Ed Sheeran, Neon Trees, Ben Rector, Cobra Starship, Matisyahu, Matt Nathanson and Selena Gomez. His powerful, soulful voice and beautifully crafted songs appeal to a wide range of audiences. “
1. Razor Blade
2. Love You Now
3. Pardon Me
4. The Valley
5. Break The Silence
6. Calling Your Name
7. Beautiful Crime
8. Til It Thunders
9. Leaving California
11. I Would Die 4 U
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