Noel Gourdin - 7.21.20
In 2004 Gourdin contributed the song "Family Reunion" to the soundtrack of the movie "The Cookout". In 2005 a meeting with Sony Music led to a summer showcase which landed Noel on Sony Music's roster and resulted in his 2008 debut album "After My Time", which is a refreshing mix of timeless R&B music with a modern, youthful feel which produced his number one hit song "The River." The album is armed with Noel's commanding rich vocals and a solid collection of intimate, soulful songs. The hit song, "The River" was featured on the soundtrack to the film, "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins." Noel's sophomore album "Fresh: The Definition" released in 2011 was filled with refreshing blend of live instrumentation, organic production, and lyrical content which is reminiscent of classic old soul yet relatable to current music and lyrics. "Fresh: The Definition" produced "Beautiful, "which reached the Top 10 on the Urban AC charts.
In 2012 Noel finished a successful run of sold outs shows in the UK. He released his third project