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4 iconic New England moments from Noah Kahan

We’re celebrating the release of the artist’s deluxe “Stick Season” album with some of our favorite Noah Kahan moments. Think: Shoutouts to New England in his lyrics, his Boston Calling performance + even a song called “Paul Revere.”

Noah Kahan performing on the Green Stage at Boston Calling

The 26-year-old singer and songwriter drew an energetic crowd at this year’s Boston Calling.

Photo by BOStoday team

Has anyone else had Noah Kahan’s deluxe “Stick Season” album on repeat all weekend?

To celebrate the release of more songs about life in New England, here are a few local connections to the rising star, aka “Folk Malone.”

  • One of his newly released songs is called “Paul Revere.” Pay homage to this very Boston song with a little Paul Revere trivia — then, take a peek at the answers.
  • While he’s from Vermont, he shows love to other New England states, including Maine in the EP “Cape Elizabeth.” Now that he lives in Watertown, it’s only a matter of time until he drops music titled “Massachusetts,” right?
  • Bostonians have been known to be a little standoffish, but thankfully Noah validated our “Northern Attitude.”
  • City Editor Sara saw Noah perform at MGM Music Hall in the fall, and City Editor Jess was able to catch his Boston Calling performance last month. How lucky are we?
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