Noah Guthrie Releases Nostalgic New Single “That’s All,” Now Available

South Carolina born singer-songwriter Noah Guthrie has released his emotionally nostalgic new single, titled “That’s All.” The latest release features the Alt-Country, Americana artist’s soulful, tenor vocals that are a standout in the Country genre, with American Songwriter praising “his genre-bending vocal range that sets him apart sonically and could place him anywhere in the industry.” Listen to “That’s All” HERE. Noah and his bandmates got together while staying apart to create "That's All: Quarantine Edition" via the use of split screens. View it HERE.

Over the years, Guthrie has earned a reputation for writing honest music that is representative of real-life stories. The sentimental new recording signifies that and shares the perspective of someone who has moved on from a past relationship; however, they can’t help but wonder how things might be different had they made other choices in the past.

Guthrie comments about the poignant song, saying, “I think that everyone, at some point in their lives, has questioned what might have been. What if that relationship had worked out? What if I hadn’t moved away? What if I could rewind the clock and take back the horrible words I said but didn’t mean? It’s human to feel this way. ‘That’s All’ is a song that deals with this feeling.”

The release was written by Guthrie, Cory Batten, Jason Duke, and Jason Massey, and co-produced by Noah and his brother, Ian Guthrie, at Studio 101 in Woodruff, South Carolina.

To date, Guthrie has released two original albums, The Valley (2017) and Among the Wildest Things (2013), both of which have received critical acclaim. Guthrie has been in the studio recording new music, which will be released in the coming months.

Guthrie first garnered attention by covering chart-topping hits and posting them online, which landed him a pivotal role on the hit TV show, Glee, as Roderick Meeks. His commitment to releasing new content has cultivated a dedicated fanbase online and has garnered over 85 million total views and 512k engaged subscribers on his YouTube channel.

Over time, it’s become clear that his skills are better put to use creating original music. Guthrie, a growing secret to today’s music scene, has been touring his original music performing as an opener for Dwight Yoakam and Willie Nelson. Last December, Noah toured overseas on the Hell or High Water tour, with shows spanning the United Kingdom and The Netherlands. Guthrie and his band, Good Trouble, were also featured performers on Rock Boat XVIII with Sister Hazel, Barenaked Ladies, needtobreathe, Drew Holcomb, and others. He has toured Europe 6 times and had performed in the Middle Eastern nation of Oman. Throughout his young career, Guthrie opened for a wide variety of artists, including Ed Sheeran, Neon Trees, Ben Rector, Corey Smith, Sister Hazel, Matisyahu, Matt Nathanson, and Selena Gomez.

Also, he has performed on NBC's Today Show and Tonight Show, Hallmark Channel's Home & Family, ABC's Dancing with The Stars, and was a semi-finalist on season 13 of NBC's America's Got Talent.

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