Nashville singer-songwriter Noah Vonne was heavily influenced by soul, blues, folk, pop, and a myriad of other musical influences during her upbringing in and around Texas. Originally from New Braunfels, she began making a name for herself in the New Braunfels & San Antonio music scenes by fronting a diverse range of bands from an early age (including appearing on a globally distributed record by the Kids Church Choir at Community Bible Church in grade school) and creating the genre-bending, unique sound that she is known for.
After moving to Nashville to study music at Belmont University, Vonne formed all-female band The Reckless Charms. After a brief run with the group, she embarked on a solo career with the release of her debut EP, Battle Cries, in 2015. After a college graduation, a heartbreak or two, and a few years, Vonne released her 2017 follow-up EP Poor In Peace, which was described by The Nashville Scene as “soul & R&B hewing - reminiscent of Amy Winehouse.”
2018 brought on a whole new chapter as Vonne embarked on a musical tour as the lead singer of a group that performed three daily shows on Celebrity Cruise Line's newest ship, The Edge, as it traveled around the world. Upon her return to the United States in 2019, she immediately hit the ground running by joining Shawn James on the national The Dark & The Light tour as direct support, in addition to releasing “Love Move” and “RnR (Rockin’ & Rollin’)” off the forthcoming Love Move EP due out June 5th.