Noah Gundersen, 'Ledges' (Live) The soft-spoken folk-rock artist from Seattle performs a delicate and dynamic Morning Show session with his friends and family. Watch Gundersen play the title track to his debut album, Ledges.

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It's a family affair for Seattle artist Noah Gundersen. Accompanied by his sister, brother and friends, the soft-spoken singer-songwriter performed a dynamic, yet delicate Morning Show session featuring tracks from his debut full-length, Ledges.

It comes as no surprise that Gundersen and his seven siblings grew up around music. He explained to KEXP host John Richards that his dad had a garage studio with a Tascam 8-track reel-to-reel, on which a 13-year-old Noah made his very first recordings. Years later, we're thrilled to host the grown-up Gundersen in the KEXP studios.

Watch the entire session with Noah Gundersen on KEXP's YouTube Channel.

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