Mike Noble moved to Nashville in the early 70’s and immediately began touring with Roy Orbison, Dave Loggins and Lynn Anderson. In the early 80’s he decided to get off the road and stay in Nashville to pursue songwriting and recording sessions. He secured a writing contract with Warner Bros. Music, a relationship that lasted until 2000, and in that time wrote hits for Steve Wariner, Lee Greenwood, Brooks and Dunn and Kenny Rogers. He also gained a reputation of being a solid studio guitarist and moved from playing on publisher’s demos to recordings. He has worked with such artists as Kenny Rogers, Highway 101, Restless Heart and more recently Jason Aldean. He joined the Opry family in 2012 as an acoustic guitarist. He also doubles on banjo and harmonica.