Currently living in Nashville, TN, where he studies commercial voice at Belmont University, indie folk artist Noah Jack hails from Park Ridge, IL. Not you average musician, this talented young man was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and unable to talk until he was five, yet began humming at four. “I always tell people that I learned how to sing before I was able to talk. So music has always been in my life even when I was a kid,” he notes.
With plans to release his All In The Family EP by January 2018, just in time for his birthday, he intends to dedicate each of the songs to a member of his family. Today we’re debuting the single “Neighborhood”, which may also be heard on Spotify, which tells the story of Noah’s hometown calling it “a letter to my friends and family who were there for me from start to finish.”
While working with the artist to prepare this premiere, we were able to get the following quote about the new single: “The story of ‘Neighborhood’ is about my childhood. When I was two years old I was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The song talks about the people who impacted me in my life around my neighborhood. With my disability the people who were there to help me through the worst of times and the best of times.”