Venable performed in numerous theatrical and musical productions as a youth with the San Francisco-based Young People’s Teen Musical Theater Company. She was also in the cast of the Lewis Carroll-themed musicals “Right Mind” and “Right Mind is Nowhere” directed by George Coates.
Her original one-act play “Annie Beckstead Does Her Homework” won at the Rocky Mountain Student Theater Project in Telluride, CO. She attended Bennington College as a Dramatic Writing and then a Music major before deciding to pursue music as a career.
In 2004 Venable moved to Brooklyn where she continues to compose and perform with longtime-collaborators Todd Sickafoose and Alan Lin. Her songs are noteworthy for their striking melodies and complex subject matter, and she invites comparison with musicians Elliott Smith and Mazzy Star.
Her albums include You Talking to Me? (1996), No Curses Here (1998), Down Easy (2000), Boots (2002), The World Is Bound by Secret Knots (2003), and The Summer Storm Journals (2007).
Noe is rumoured to have a second new album in the works, “a concept album-rock-opera-story thing” (the first being the recently released SSJ, a collection of songs), as stated on one of her rant room entries on her website.
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