No, it's not 1998...
Welcome to the 2022
SIR NOAH SHARK
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"I enjoy humor and irony."
- David Steinberg (Director, Curb Your Enthusiasm)
NEW MUSIC: "An Inconvenient Tweet"
"DROPS" 17 JUNE 2022
Take the summer off social media in lieu of the environment!
"A year of cell phone use emits as much C02 as two round-trip flights" (New York Post)
ABOUT SIR NOAH SHARK
Sir Noah Shark (Sir/Sirs) is a 27-year-old Brit-Canadian rock star musician, songwriter, comedian and environmentalist with roots in the U.K. and Canada.
Even Curb Your Own Enthusiasm director and stand-up comedian David Steinberg has been captivated by Sir Noah Shark commenting, "I enjoy humor and irony."
In 2021, Sir Noah Shark released the holiday song Green Christmas, a tune which highlights the consumption and environmental impact of Christmas. Green Christmas received commercial radio success with spins across Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. with a notable feature in Canada's iconic commercial radio music show The Ongoing History of New Music hosted by well-loved music journalist Alan Cross.
Fans of Sir Noah love and appreciate the mix between Sirs purposeful comedic ego-driven bluntness, Shark's genuine musical talent, all wrapped up in a heartfelt and honest appreciation for the environment.
Sir Noah Shark has released multiple music releases on Sirs own record label Gervais & Ricky Records, performed nearly sold out shows at some of Canada's hottest music venues and hosted the comedy web-series Death to Adverts.
Origin Story - When Sir Noah Shark was 7 years old, Sir Noah made a promise to world-renowned geneticist and broadcaster David Suzuki that Sir Noah Shark would save the world from Global Warming. Sir Noah aims to keep this promise by dedicating Sirs musical career to environmental sustainability.
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Social media @sirnoahshark
(but go outside instead of being on social media)
Sir Noah Shark is "the homeless version of Pitbull."
- Dean Blundell (cancelled commercial radio DJ)
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