slow dancer halo the difference david new song empty from the start first defeat show me the light boat house selfish art topless dancer dancing in the dark ledges jealous love new song new song new song cigarettes This show (and tour, I believe) was advertised as "An Evening with Noah Gundersen" so there was no opening act. It was a solo set by Noah and it was awesome. This was the first time seeing him for both me and my wife and we both had a really great time. She wasn't too familiar with Noah's material, but she loved it and before we got back to our car after the show she was already saying how she wanted to see him next time he was in town. The new songs sounded really good. Noah said that he's been at home for the past month working on new songs and I think he said that he'd be recording in August. He talks pretty quietly so I may heard that incorrectly. He played the piano during Jealous Love and the new song that followed and that was really awesome too. He really interacted well with the crowd and typically would talk for a minute or two between every other song. He definitely didn't overdo it though. I thought that Noah was really funny too. He just seems like such a down-to-earth guy. Right before he played Dancing in the Dark, Noah said that he recently got the chance to see Bruce Springsteen in concert. He said that it's amazing that Bruce can play for 3 or 4 hours at age 66. Then he paused for a couple seconds and said that he was only planning on playing for about an hour and a half and then his night was over. Anyway, I highly recommend seeing him if you get the chance. I'm really thankful to AP (and now Chorus) for introducing me to Noah. It's hard to believe that he's only 26. I'm definitely excited to see what the future has in store for him.