Rising bluesy-pop star, Noah Guthrie, to perform at TFAC Amphitheater

Published 10:00 pm Friday, March 27, 2015



Tryon Fine Arts Center is proud to present upstate S.C. native, Noah Guthrie, as the opening performance of the 2015 Amphitheater Series, Friday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m., 34 Melrose Avenue, Tryon.

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Bluesy-pop singer/songwriter, Noah Guthrie, has been taking the U.S. by storm in 2014 to promote his debut album, “Among the Wildest Things.” Often known for his unique covers on YouTube, Noah is excited to give fans a taste of his own music.


Described as having a pop/Americana sound with soul, 21-year-old Noah Guthrie co-wrote the majority of the 13 original songs on his debut album, “Among The Wildest Things,” along with his first single, “Call Home.” Glee Fans have been watching Noah on this final season of Glee. Per Noah, he’s “having such a great time playing Roderick…I’m gonna be singing some awesome songs for you guys so keep watching on Friday nights.”


Born and raised in the Upstate of South Carolina, Noah comes from 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 14, 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. One of his earliest songs written at 16, and even made the album.

Noah has been steadily building a name for himself in the music business through his live performances and cover videos and currently has over 53 million views on YouTube.  In May 2012, Noah experienced the explosion that comes with a viral video when his blues-filled version of LMFAO’s “Sexy And I Know It” earned him more than eight million views in less than a week, resulting in appearances on NBC’s Today Show, Jay Leno’s Tonight Show and Dancing with the Stars. Throughout his young career, Noah has opened for and worked with a variety of musicians including Ed Sheeran, Neon Trees, Ben Rector, Matisyahu, Selena Gomez, Matt Wertz, Amy Stroup and others.


Noah loves performing for live audiences and will be at the Tryon Fine Arts Center Peterson Amphitheater on Friday, April 3 at 7:30. Come see this local talent turned national star!

A suggested donation is $10 per person. For more information on Noah Guthrie and the Spring 2015 Amphitheater Season, call 828-859-8322 or visit www.tryonarts.org. The 2015 Sunset Amphitheater Season is being generously sponsored by the Plume Family Foundation.
– Submitted by Susan Brady