Growing up in the capital of Delaware, Dover, Noah was raised in a Christian home where music was a central part of life. Being raised listening to the style of classic rock to guitar driven blues fueled a passion for learning the guitar. At the age of ten years old, his father, being a long time musician, taught him the basics one on one. After learning a few chords on the ax, Noah figured out a song called "Awesome God" and played in front of about 250 people in his church at the time. "I remember that moment in time, that was terrifying!" he shouts.
Later on in Noah's teen years he joined a couple of bands ranging from punk rock to modern rock and began singing at the age of 17. "Singing, at first, wasn't a strong point haha" he laughs. "It was hard trying to figure out what my niche was", explains Fitzsimmons. At the time, mostly listening to hard rock and some heavy metal, he started to sing along with some of his favorite artists and bands and slowly began to find out what his niche was - hard rock with a hint of metal and blues.
Being into the electric guitar sound is a passion that won't ever leave Noah. However, his love for the natural sound of the acoustic ax is where it's currently at with him. Taking the hard rock sound of some of his favorite childhood bands; and completing an original sound of his own through the acoustic guitar mixed with a powerful vocal performance is what Noah is grounded in. "Developing a rock sound with an edge and taking it to the acoustic guitar wasn't easy at first", says Fitzsimmons. From a slower rock ballad to a hard edged metal-feeling tune, Noah has developed who he is and will be as an artist. Also as a Christian artist, he makes it clear to the listener that his faith is always first and foremost in everything he does. "Jesus Christ is my Lord and King, and my allegiance is to him alone", he says. Currently, Noah is working on his debut acoustic rock album called "UNCHAINED" to be released in January, 2014.