Bean - Live at the House of Blues

Dallas pop star in the making: Noelle Bean

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In the spring of 2011, Noelle Bean quit her job as a leasing agent and decided to pursue her dream of becoming a musician. After posting her song, ‘Like to Love You’ on YouTube, she received an overwhelmingly positive response and realized that she could pursue a career in music.  “I didn’t want to wake up at 40 and realize I had never done anything fun,” said Bean.

She is certainly having fun now. After being discovered in March of 2011, she set out to hire a manager and build a team behind her. By the fall of 2011, she went to work to create her first album with producers Mike Shimshack and Kyle Kelso who have worked with the likes of Britney Spears, Laura Belle Bundy, Forever the Sickest Kids, Megan & Liz and more.  Finding the right producers was crucial. The goal was to maintain her singer/songwriter “core” while taking her sound and making it as powerful as it could be. This was how Noelle Bean transformed from a singer/songwriter into Bean, a pop recording artist.

The 20-year-old with big blonde hair and an even bigger personality is living her dream and traveling the world. She even got to meet Prince Albert while singing at the Grand Prix in Monaco. Her songs are youthful and catchy, with a touch of soulfulness. ‘Sunshine’, about her father who passed away several years ago, will melt your heart. Before performing at Dallas’ House of Blues, she said, “It’s the best feeling. It’s my favorite thing. I hope the world loves it.” If her performance at HOB sets the tone for her career, the world will be falling in love with Bean in no time. 



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