Noah Harris is a family man. A father of three, a husband, a teacher, and when the sun sets on that long day, a songwriter. Harris was born and raised in a rural farm town in east central Illinois. He moved to San Antonio in 2014 with his wife (painter, and born Texan) Madison Turner.
“Patient Heart” is Noah's first album after arriving in Texas, recorded live at San Antonio’s Blue Cat Studios with Grammy-winning engineer and producer Joe Trevino. On “Patient Heart” the listener gets an honest take on a hard working band playing from the gut, no studio tricks, no nonsense.
Here is what some good folks have said about Noah and his album, “Patient Heart”:
“His outsider’s perspective on the tried and true traditions of Country and Western music, paired with a magical man voice and literal, empathetic lyricism, make for a refreshing oasis in today’s desert landscape of rip-em-all-off Americana. Noah and his band have all lived and learned enough to know that Love is the thing that ought to be shared. “Patient Heart” is that often elusive, second stage coming of age tale. An age where one is content to kick off the well-worn boots of youth and slip into something a little more comfortable. There’s a big, patient heart beating behind all these songs, no doubt.”
Cole Bridges (St. Louis, MO)
“In a world where music is largely reduced to algorithms, Harris is as real as it gets.”
Hayward Williams (Milwaukee, WI)
“Whatever kind of music you like, you’ll like this… this is the most honest album I’ve ever heard.”
Kris Koester (Champaign, IL)