Hear fierce blues and marimba March 28Noah Hoehn is a fierce performer, earning national acclaim for his harmonica playing as a two-time winner of the McKnight Fellowship for performing musicians.
Noah Hoehn is a fierce performer, earning national acclaim for his harmonica playing as a two-time winner of the McKnight Fellowship for performing musicians.
Now it is his solo looping show that is truly unequaled as a winner of this prestigious award for a third time. His singular vision to unite the sounds of new blues and marimba pop is accomplished with an incomparable live looping system.
Saucy harmonica and cool marimba are layered upon a foundation of acoustic grooves freeing him to sing and play at the same time—a musical style unparalleled the world over.
A harmonica and marimba performance is set for Wednesday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Falcon’s Nest of the University Center on campus as part of the Wyman Performing Arts and Lecture Series.
To listen to music samples or to learn more about Hoehn, visit
The event is free and open to the public. For further information or accommodations, contact Karyn Wells in the Office of Student Life at 715-425-4444.