The Noms will be a part of this year's Wine Amplified Music Festival in Las Vegas, NV. They will take over the MAIN STAGE on Saturday Oct.10th!! Presale tickets are now on sale! Visit www.WineAmplified.com
What a line up with more to come!
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The NOMS – New Mexico’s Band Michelle Mares – lead vocals, guitar, mandolin Mike Mares – lead vocals, guitar Kevin Cummings – lead guitar, lead/backing vocals Josh Herrera – keyboard Joey Santiago – drums, backing vocals
The NOMS are a six piece band from Albuquerque, New Mexico who bring real energy, passion, and life to the stage! The NOMS’ unique brand of harmonic rock blends a wide array of varied influences into a distinct, energetic sound. Blended with styles from Dave Matthews to Stevie Ray Vaughan, from Selena to One Republic, and from Matt Freeman to Paul McCartney, The NOMS’ sound is attracting crowds of all ages to come enjoy their kinetic, exciting shows. Their fun-loving, foot-thumping rock blends some blues, country, and soul with a dash of bluegrass and funk to create their unmistakable sound.
The NOMS have performed all over the Southwest. They have played the famous Viper Room on the Sunset Strip, have shared the stage with Boyd Tinsley of Dave Matthews Band, and have opened for many national touring acts. Since their CD release...
Something Beautiful is the debut album from Albuquerque based band, The Noms. The first track of the album, Home, welcomes the listener with the soulful voice of Michelle Mares and the smooth groove of the rest of the group. Although this is the single from the album, The Noms aren't defined by just one sound. Crossing genres immediately, the toe-tapping, upbeat folky track, This Road, shows the group's other side. From there, the rest of the album is a musical journey that explores the group's different musical influences and ability to seamlessly blend different instruments and sounds. Listening to the album can take one on an emotional journey. From tears to joy, The Noms capture human emotion that, in the end, one can't help but smile and feel uplifted. Rest in Me, the final track on the album, is a perfect representation of this musical journey. The grande finale is a beautifully orchestrated song that goes from a simple guitar to a full band sound. This track shows how dynamic the group truly is. The listener is sent off with the vocals and clapping of the groups friends and family, that will leave one humming the melody for days. Expect big things from The Noms in the near future.