"Carol Noonan respects all the right traditions of English and Irish folk music with her soulful quaver, reminiscent of Sandy Denny......her beautiful voice offers the consolation music is supposed to provide."   Playboy Magazine

Somebody's Darling
Carol Noonan's latest endeavor is her most heartfelt. "Somebody's Darling"...Songs, of War, Loss and Remembrance", is slated to be released this summer. Teamed up with her long time friend Chris Rival, these two have produced a moving musical statement. With a modern voice, but an old timey feel, Noonan has penned five beautiful laments some that could have been written during the Civil War, some on a hill in Ireland, some on a farm in Maine today. Order Now!
Tom Traubert's Blues
Danny Boy
Medal of Mine
Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier
Somebody's Darling
Fearless Five
A War That Can't Be Won
Brothers in Arms
Flander's Fields
Amazing Grace
Carol Noonan Christmas
This long awaited album is a collection of traditional carols along with three originals Carol penned especially for this recording. These are some of Carols favorite carols, arranged with her unique style in mind. Her stunning rendition of ©¯Oh Holy Night has brought audiences to their feet, if they were lucky enough to catch one of her legendary holiday concerts. Now she has captured it on disc and it is by far the most shining moment on this beautiful acoustic recording. Order Now!
O Come, O Come Emmanuel/What Child is This?
Away in a Manger
Christmas of '64
I Wonder as I Wander
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Two Hours to Maine
O Holy Night
Christmas is Here
Silent Night
I Saw Three Ships
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Big Iron
A collection of old American traditionals, cowboy gems, and a few originals...a western album, with Noonan's folk stylings. Her version of Red River Valley, has been winning audiences all over the country. Order Big Iron
Red River Valley
Streets of Laredo
Wayward Wind
High Noon
Big Iron
Lonesome Saddle
Down in the Valley
Cross to Bear
Mae Oh Mae
Unknown Thing
Knots and Crosses
Knots and Crosses was Rick Harris on guitar, Alan Williams on vocals and keyboards and myself on vocals and guitar. We were popular in the early 1990s, considered to be one of the up and coming new folk-rock-pop groups..... a typical but fresh sound for the time. We were known for our catchy songs, strong harmonies, and guitar driven melodies. Order Now!
Waiting For You
Creatures of Habit
Moment of Mercy
Come Up For Air
Annetta's Bookcase
How Could I Live At the Top of a Mountain
Dark Cloud
Curve of the Earth
The Train Song
Walking on a Wire

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