The Delta Routine
SUGARMAN, has released “After The Blackout”, a collection of well crafted songs that reflects Noah Sugarman’s heart & soul from his past & rumination of the future. Noah is the founding member and songwriter of the band who release his debut album “Art Of Starting A Fire” on the Unison Music label in 2009.
After The Blackout is now available and a heavy touring schedule began March 8th that will take Noah & band throughout markets in the Midwest, South, parts of the Eastern territories of the U.S. A European tour is also in the works to coincide with the Euro release.
A talented, multi-instrumentalist, Noah has toured the country coast-to-coast many times, with an array of bands. He’s played bass and sang backup for a country act; played drums for a folk group and does an occasional stint in his home town of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky playing piano and singing simplified version of his songs. In 2007 Sugarman signed with Unison Music, of Los Angeles, and moved to California to focus on his original tunes, prior to hitting the road again for a whirlwind of tour experience.
In addition to Sugarman and his solo efforts, Noah has made substantial contributions to alt-country/alt rock outfit 500 Miles to Memphis, touring with them consistently for the last 5 years and playing bass and guitar on their last two albums – “Sunshine In A Shot Glass” and “We’ve Built Up to Nothing”.
Look for 2013 to be a healthy and explosive year for SUGARMAN.