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Fort St John's Noble Son returns

"My music is influenced by my upbringing, and being from Fort St John."
A return to the Peace.

Noble Son, also known as Adam Kirschner, is returning to Fort St John with Naomi Shore for one night at the Lido on June 10, to share with the Peace Region his expressions of Indie-Rock.

Kirschner is returning to the Peace with his highly anticipated third full-length record, “Doom” following the success of Noble Son’s single “Elvis” and signing to New York-based label, AntiFragile.

“I’m really excited to come home and play the hometown show, it’s going to be so fun,” said Kirschner, “the Adam that spent 27 years in Fort St John is definitely really excited and proud to get to come home and share what I’ve been working on. I’m just really grateful and excited to see all the people’s faces I haven’t seen in so long.”

With more than 90,000 monthly listeners and 1.9 million social media followers, Noble Son has amassed quite the fanbase with his balance of humour and intensity which resonates in the music.

“A lot of my music is influenced by my upbringing, and being from Fort St John,” said Kirschner, “there is a lot of isolation, and the winters are long. There’s a lot of time to think and get in your head.”

Kirschner moved to Vancouver around 2015 to pursue his music career, and this is Noble Sons' first gig outside of Vancouver since pre-Covid.

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