Cover Art Courtesy of Big Machine Records

NASHVILLE, TN (August 12, 2019) – Singer/songwriter Noah Schnacky understands the power of chivalry – and the reality that love needs someone who will be there when it matters. Noah has continuously written, recorded and amassed millions of streams on the way to delivering his Big Machine Records’ debut. “I’ll Be The One” intensifies his social media strength while the new song leans into the deepest personal yearnings with an understanding that supersedes his age at just 22. 

Cowritten alongside Seth Ennis and Jordan Schmidt, “I’ll Be The One” satisfies demand for new music and provides a velvety mid-tempo declaration of commitment. Listen here:

The Dann Huff-produced three minutes and 22 seconds of magic swells into a litany of small attentions as “I’ll Be The One” leaves listeners with a sense of what devotion means. With a smoky but sweet tenor, he delivers a chorus of commitment, “I’ll be the one who got the one that got away/ If you let me baby / I’ll be the one to hold you up, hold your hand, the one to hold the door / The one you’re holding on that you’ve been holding out for  / I’ll be the one you’re looking at when all your looking’s done / If you’ll be my lady / I’ll be the one.” 

“I believe really reaching out and being available is the best way to connect,” offers the Florida native. “When you slow down, take your time and focus on the little things, that’s where you prove how much the other person means – and grow a relationship that matters, one moment at a time.”
Having already gained the attention of Spotify, wider audiences now have the opportunity to discover what Noah’s fervent fanbase has always known. Watch his Hot Country Cover Story here:
From an early age, Noah’s entrepreneurial spirit and passion for storytelling allowed him to attract a loyal following as he found the reassuring voice that drives “I’ll Be The One.” Uploading cover songs on Instagram, Noah quickly amassed a vigorous grassroots core at the same moment Big Machine Label Group President/CEO Scott Borchetta took notice. His self-released song “Hello Beautiful” earned over one million streams in just eight days. With follow up “Maybe We Will,” Noah sustained the earlier success; this time collectively accumulating over 50 million streams. For tour updates and more, visit or anchor into his journey on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.