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A soulful urban expression, creating one of the most cutting edge urban contemporary jazz albums for the year 2006 ; a combination of sexy jazz violin over smooth urban and hip-hop beats.

“His music celebrates” Los Angeles Times.

Noel has thousands of fans who knew him as a Principle actor on the television soap opera General Hospital, a recurring character on Mad About You, and a co-star on FBI, The Untold Stores. He was a star of many films and Movies of the Week including The Alamo, Young Riders, The Menendez Brothers, and Reluctant Agent, was featured on commercials by McDonalds, Honda, Emery, NBC Promo, a CBS Promo, and narrated more than 50 A&E Biographies, TNN Biographies, and movie trailers.

Noel wrote film scores for dozens of movies, television shows, trailers, and commercials including trailers for History of Violence, Butterfly Effect, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Seabisucit, Ray, Storm in the Afternoon, The Crow, Sprint commercial, Chevy Geo commercial, Great American Foods commercial, etc.

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Noel Webb is an electric jazz/rock violinist and actor. He still remains the only smooth jazz violinist in the music market. His acting career mostly involves voice over acting for A&E Biographies and other venues. His film and TV credits include General Hospital, Mad About You, FBI, Untold Stories, The Alamo, The Menedez Bros., and dozens of television and radio commercials.

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Album Give It All by Noel Webb

Give It All

Red Lab Records
2009

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