Surrounded by hundreds of friends, family and fans, Noah Gundersen looked out onto the Neptune Theatre crowd Saturday night and admitted something few artists will ever say: When he was scuffling, Gundersen couldn’t help but feel jealousy for those who had made it before him.
It’s not a pretty feeling, but like Gundersen’s powerful full-length debut, “Ledges,” the emotion was hard-earned and real. And now, entirely irrelevant.
Gundersen, 24, celebrated the release of “Ledges” with an intense set in front of a packed house notable for its youth and ardor. From the moment Gundersen opened the show with the mostly a cappella “Poor Man’s Son,” the show took on the feeling of religious revival meeting.More