Musician Noah Copelin describes himself as an artist with Southern roots, a West Coast perspective, and a nomadic state of mind. Drawing inspiration from the ’70s musical era as well as contemporary hip-hop and R&B giants Pharrell and André 3000, Copelin has been working to create his own individual melodies, beats, verses, and hooks for a decade. Through music, he aims to heal, help, and heighten listeners. This program marks the second Listening Session in the context of Lauren Halsey’s we still here, there.
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