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Bean

Bean
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™1. Bean is a female singer called Noelle Bean with the song "Cops And Robbers".

Born Noelle Bean on August 26, 1991, she was raised in Nashville and, for the past six years, she has made her home in in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Bean writes her own music, personally describing it as “mainstream pop with a bit of the old 50s and 60s retro vibe.”

Bean was recently named one of the Top 5 un-signed acts of 2013, and is a cross between Taylor Swift (lyrically very clever), Katie Perry (writes vocally melodic pop songs), A sprinkle of Amy Winehouse's R&B soulfulness, and the singer-songwriter vibe and vocal quality of Colbie Caillat.

Teen.com wrote that Bean is “basically everything we look for in a new artist…that totally reminds us of a mix between Adele and Amy Winehouse.”

Although Bean is just 21 years old, she has gone through a lot in her life and through her songs Bean aims to connect with fans that are living the joys, sorrows and dreams that everyone faces. Bean is especially passionate about empowering young people to embrace who they are, find their inner-confidence, and reach their full-potential which she does through her song-writing and her connections with her fan community.

In December 2011, Bean recorded her first five songs, an additional two in March 2012, and finished her first album with four more songs in May 2012. “Cops and Robbers” marks the first single off the self-titled album Bean. To date, Bean has posted songs on YouTube with a developing audience demographic of 18 to 28-year-olds, with a strong Teen influence.

Bean has performed in front of enthusiastic crowds in New York including a concert with Hot Chelle Rae at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill and two “standing room only” shows at The Living Room, the city’s premier live performance showcase venue. She has also performed at the House of Blues in both Dallas and Chicago; The Roxy in Los Angeles; Yellowphone Music Conference in Milwaukee; NASCAR - Miami; and internationally at a May 2012 concert at the Monaco Grand Prix where she sang in front of Prince Albert of Monaco.

She has created a look that perfectly embodies her retro pop musical style, channeling the fashions of Brigitte Bardot and Marilyn Monroe, topped with cascading blonde curls, mascaraed eyes and bright red lips. The look is uniquely Bean.

“You only live once and I get to do what I love,” Bean said in a recent interview. “I hope the world loves my music as much as I do writing it.”

2. Bean is the name of a romanian dub singer.

3. Bean is the pseudonym of an anonymous graphic designer and rapper from Sussex Inlet, New South Wales, Australia. He gained local notoriety for the surreal and offensive lyrical content of his street single "Decade Bop (Slide Sting)", in which he describes the plight of asylum seekers as "cornball electric" and refers to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as "tattle tell non surplus fire".


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