Vermont native Noah Kahan brings his rustic folk-rock to New York City for his episode of Live from My Den. Before performing for a lucky group of fans in a cozy living room session on a midtown rooftop, Noah strolls around the woodsy Ramble of Central Park and reflects on his experiences living in New York. During his live show, Noah highlights select songs off his 2022 album Stick Season, his first body of work that directly takes influence from the folk music he grew up listening to. Noah Kahan transports the audience to Vermont’s “stick season” for this unique look at the rising songwriter.
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Noah Kahan transports the New York City audience to Vermont’s “stick season” for this unique look at the rising songwriter.
Born and raised in Strafford, Vermont, Noah Kahan has always maintained a New England sensibility in his work since his first album in 2019. However, his hometown influence came to the forefront on his 2022 album Stick Season. Recorded back in Vermont, Stick Season introduced a new element of storytelling and folk into Noah’s singer-songwriter/pop blend. Bridging the gap between Mumford and Sons and Phoebe Bridgers, Noah’s confessional, narrative focused songwriting has garnered intense and devoted fans, particularly online.