Noah Hunt joined Kenny Wayne Shepherd's band in early 1997 on the recommendation of photographer W.A. Williams. Noah and Kenny are like brothers on the road and their audience witnesses their on-stage chemistry at each show. Noah's voice compliments Kenny's guitar like a glove, the Blues/Rock style is as evident in Noah's voice as it is obvious in Kenny's playing. At the very young age of four, Noah started taking piano lessons and not long after noticed the music coming from his parents' stereo; the Beatles records played over and over pounding in his tender ears, sparking his interest in Rock n' Roll. Noah began listening to the blues while in college because he didn't like the direction rock music was taking at that time. His main influences had always been The Allman Brothers, Paul Rodgers of Bad Company, Steve Marriott of Humble Pie and Zeppelin, then he started to listen to artists like Muddy Waters and B.B. King, and felt the emotion they put in their singing. When Kenny asked him to join the band, it fit perfectly, both stylistically and timing-wise for Noah. He was the lead singer for Uncle Six, a popular rock band in Cincinnati before joining Kenny. Noahs soulful voice can be heard on the Ten Days Out CD on John Dee Holemans song Chapel Hill Boogie and he is also prominently featured in the bonus footage on the DVD from the concert in Salina, KS.