Jamie Lono can perform by himself or with his band, Noble Heart. He likes singing, songwriting, and long walks on the beach.
Blake Shelton told him “You just have a vibe I've never seen before.” Because you know, he was on The Voice, which is kind of cool, right?
After first coming to prominence as a singer, Jamie strived to transcend this former role into a true American troubadour, and dedicated himself to writing. This love of songcraft connected him to two acquaintances who unknowingly shared a musical history – all were members of the suburban Chicago hardcore scene. Seemingly ironic to come from such aggression and developing a musical focus on poignant and occasionally vulnerable storytelling, yet the band maintains that genre and style are mere embellishments of the soul of a band: the songs.
Paralleling their penchant for direct and communicative music, the band's 1st release “Jamie Lono & Noble Heart: The Live EP” is lean and raw, leaving the songs no room to hide behind “studio magic.” The foundation of the EP was constructed over 6 months, integrating fragments of chord progressions, lyrics, verses, and hooks into cohesive works and recorded at various friends' apartments and basements.