Noach Tangeras is a New Times award winning singer/songwriter with a background in marine biology. She grew up in Indiana, went to college in Maine, and traveled around the country for a few years, before moving to the central coast to work as a fisheries observer. She has worked as an outdoor recreation guide in some of our National Parks including Acadia National Park (ME), Kenai Fjords National Park (AK), and Lake Clark National Park (AK).
She is a strong advocate for the conservation and preservation of our National Parks and Monuments as well as other public lands. She is also a strong advocate for conservation of endangered species and climate justice. Nature has been a big inspiration in her songwriting.
She shifted her focus to a music career on the central coast in 2015 and has been playing shows with her band all over the central coast since. Her band won the New Times Music awards country category in 2016 with a recording of her original song called “Big Sur”. She and her band also received a New Times Music Award in the blues category for an original song called “Walking Out Your Door”. She enjoys music, the arts, travel, and adventure.