Cassidy Nooner

Indie-Folk; Country



Cassidy is an indie-folk and country musician who makes great music for hiking playlists.  Her deep-woods guitar style paired with her raw and raspy vocal sound have been said to remind people of Chris Stapleton and Tyler Childers.  


Cassidy studied music therapy at Appalachian State University.  Cassidy works as a music therapist with children and adolescents in mental health where she specializes in facilitating songwriting as a way to encourage emotional expression and self-esteem.  Cassidy’s band, Depot Street, started making music in 2017 and has performed with several bands including Art Wavy, Jack Marion & The Pearl Snap Prophets, Charles Walker, Evan Button, & Funkelstiltskin.


Cassidy has been playing guitar since she was 5 years old and has been songwriting since she was very young. During college is when she got serious about songwriting and started performing her original music at several local open mic nights until she ended up playing and songwriting for Depot Street.  In 2014 she was awarded the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award.

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Indie Folk


Songs and Testimonials

Justin & Jim Cassidy Nooner
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"The first time we heard the song, I found myself listening intently for the connections to our lives, and there were many. The song really does highlight who we are, where we’ve been, and where we are now. It also is a nice reminder of our respect and love for one another. I also really love how the chorus taps into the things we continue to enjoy right now – and the things we still look forward to. The song was easy to listen to, and the chorus was fun and easy to remember; we found ourselves signing along! I’d say that’s a successful song! Justin and I are thrilled with 'He’s my Man.' "

"It’s obvious that Cassidy Nooner is a careful listener, and a great songwriter and composer. We are honored to be a part of this collaboration. Thank you, Cassidy! We will always cherish this tribute and be thankful for your interest in us as the subjects for this composition."