Huck Notari grew up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and eventually found himself on the west coast learning folk songs. He began writing songs and playing weekly in Eugene, Oregon at coffee house open mics. Huck traveled to New Orleans, where he started street performing as a Charlie Chaplin mime on Royal Street. He later joined up with a ragtime, country blues band called the Kitchen Syncopators, with whom he played the gutbucket bass.
Huck moved up to Portland where he began taking his songwriting more seriously and in 2007, released his debut folk album, Highland. Creating an authentic country sound, Huck took to venues around town promoting his new work. He released his second album, Very Long Dream in 2009, a collection of very emotional songs that tug at your heartstrings.
Huck is currently working on his third album and is touring the west coast and Europe with his band.