Huck Notari generally refers to his music as original country folk. It is steeped in the authenticity of times gone by, drawing his listeners into old values and timelessness.
Huck grew up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire which had a tremendous impact on him and his appreciation for simpler times, the country, and down to earth people. His childhood home graces the cover of his newest album, Huck Notari and the River, and his song, titled "Home", serves as the anthem for the album. The mountain life shaped the foundation of the man on stage, and though he has traveled many adventurous mile since leaving those mountains, his roots and values are quickly apparent in his genuine smile and heart breaking melodies.
Here he performs the song "Broken Town" during a White Wall Session.
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