Sierra Noble has been somewhat of a household name name in Winnipeg for well over a decade now. To some she is recognized first for her already 10-year long international touring career as a fiddle player, and to others for her voice and songwriting, most notably for her very popular acoustic pop song, “Possibility”.
The two talents have always been one in her heart though, and it only takes going to a single live show to see it. A mix of upbeat 200-year-old Canadian Metis fiddle tunes, her Shawn Colvin/Patty Griffin inspired folk-pop songs, and her infectious wide-open personality leaves audiences in awe and wanting more.
Noble was only 14 years old when she released her first full length album, “Spirit of The Strings”. A collection of traditional Metis fiddle tunes she had learned since the age of 8 growing up around the vast community of elder Metis fiddlers in Manitoba and Canada at large.
Preserving the Metis culture through its fiddle tunes and dance style has been a lifelong passion of Sierra’s, and she often shares that one of her main reasons behind her desire for international success is so that she can share the unique culture of the Metis with everyone who comes to enjoy her music.
Sierra Noble’s second release was an EP entitled “Possibilities” on MapleMusic Recordings. It was another huge success, in popularity as well as in sales with its single “Possibility” becoming popular on radio across Canada.
The song’s video reached #1 on MuchMoreMusic and Top 10 on CMT Canada.
“Possibility” would also go on to be responsible for Sierra receiving invitations to be the opening act for Paul McCartney in Halifax, and Bon Jovi in Winnipeg.
After 2 years in New York City followed by 2 years in Nashville, “home is where the heart is” has never meant more to the local singer-songwriter who has moved back to her hometown.
“Be Who You Be” was produced in her hometown by Murray Pulver (Doc Walker, Barenaked Ladies, Bros Landreth) and features the same musicians Noble has performed live with for years including Ariel Posen on guitar, Paul Yee on bass, and Daniel Roy on drums as well as special guests, Joey Landreth (The Bros. Landreth) and Alexa Dirks (Chic Gamine, Begonia).