Noah Hunt & Jason Dennie | All the Dark Things

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All the Dark Things

by Noah Hunt & Jason Dennie

An intimate mix of Americana, folk, and blues, based around Noah's rich baritone voice and acoustic guitar, and complemented by jason's lead mandolin, guitar, and high tenor backing vocals.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. In the Dashboard Light
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2. Shakin' Hands
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3. Something You Can Steal
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4. Hold Out
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5. Rabbit Hash
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6. Tied Down
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7. Sick Inside
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8. The Highway Is a Lonely Place to Die
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9. Election Day 2004
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10. Angel in the Dark
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11. Keep It Real
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Album Notes
All The Dark Things, by Noah Hunt & Jason Dennie, is a 2009 release that was more than a
few years in the making. In 1995, Noah and Jason were a "hot acoustic duo" performing in
southwestern ohio and northern kentucky, when they were approached by Larry
Goshorn, to try for an album that caught what they did live. Larry Goshorn had been with the
well known band, Pure Prairie League w/ Craig Fuller. The resulting cd, and Independent
release, was Long Black Train. Intimate and fairly sparse, Noah's vocal and rhythm guitar
and Jason on guitar, the cd has achieved somewhat of a 'lost gem' status as Noah's voice is
being heard on an international level.

Noah Hunt was the lead vocalist and guitarist in a touring rock band called Uncle Six, based on
Noah's writing and charasmatic live shows. Jason Dennie was touring ohio as an instrumental
guitar player opening for artists such as David Wilcox, Keb Mo, Arlo Guthrie, and Janis Ian.
When not on the road, the pair would play as an acoustic duo in local bars, taverns,
local festivals and events. Their work was seemingly appreciated by area fans and led
to several CAMMY Awards between them. Noah, for Best Rock Vocalist and Best Folk
Vocalist and Jason took the award for Best Folk / Bluegrass Instrumentalist for the years
'97, '98, and '99.

In 1997, Noah had the opportunity to join the up and coming blues guitarist, Kenny Wayne
Shephard, as lead vocalist and he siezed the chance to work at a higher level. That
relationship has seen Noah touring with the likes of Lynard Skynard, Van Halen, The Rolling
Stones, B.B. King, Bob Dylan, and countless other musical legends. The Kenny Wayne Shephard
Band has twice been nominated for a Grammy Award and they enjoyed the Billboard Song of
the Year a few years ago with the song, Blue On Black.

All The Dark Things is more or less a follow up to Long Black Train, a few songs they were
playing live that were never recorded, along with new material and some collaborations. Somewhat
along the Americana / Folk's just plain, simple music. There are several cuts that feature
just the pair, though this time around Jason offering mandolin and harmony vocals in addition to
acoustic and electric guitar work, as well a few tunes that are full band arrangements. The
relationship between them has personally and professionally ebbed and flowed with the times.
They can fall into a place, musically, as if they were still playing 3-4 nights a week and just living
life in their younger 20's, but now with noticable maturity while still reaching for the innocence
of new songs...



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Great, Wonderful, Excellent CD! Love the acoustic guitar mixed with the mandolin and the vocals fit perfectly together. When you listen to this CD it is as if Jason and Noah are jammin in your living room.

Lori Bouchles

Have been waiting for a long time to get a "Noah Hunt" CD! And it was Well Worth the Wait. Ever since hearing you on the Kenny Wayne Shephard albums - I Search High and Low for a solo album. Love ALL the songs on this album. Thank You Noah and Jason. Great Job. Album arrived in Perfect Condition. Couldn't wait to get on my IPod to have with me where ever I go. And it does get Played ... ALOT!. I Really Loved the message that I received about the cd being sent. That was SOOOOO SWEET. Would really have Loved to have seen the Parade to the Post Office to mail my cd. Great Touch. Keep up the Good Work. Can't wait for CD #2.