Noah Kahan shares his reaction to his SNL debut through a 2021 tweet
The singer of "Stick Season" is set to take the stage as the musical guest on the December 2 episode, hosted by Emma Stone.
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Noah Kahan has much to celebrate. The 26-year-old singer-songwriter, recently nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammys, can now check off another bucket list item. He's been revealed as the musical guest for the December 2 episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Emma Stone.
Taking to Instagram, Kahan shared the exciting news, reposting the SNL promo image. To add a touch of nostalgia, he revived a tweet from 2021 expressing his fervent wish to grace the stage of the late-night show one day.
A Walk Down Memory Lane:
The singer of "Dial Drunk" took to X (formerly known as Twitter) on Saturday to share his exhilaration. With a simple yet emphatic "Snl snl snl oh my god," Noah Kahan expressed his excitement. He also posted a throwback photo of his younger self, captioning it with, "This guy's playing SNL."
In a more heartfelt post, Kahan reflected on a past open mic session. Recounting a conversation in the restroom with the event's host years ago, he shared the host's words, "It's a real tough business, and I've seen lots of talented people not make it."
A Harmony of Collaborations:
Noah Kahan has broadened his musical horizons through meaningful collaborations, joining forces with Kacey Musgraves for "She Calls Me Back" and teaming up with Post Malone for a remix of "Dial Drunk." Adding to his repertoire, he recently released a duet with Hozier titled "North Attitude," which dropped on a Friday. However, as Kahan looks ahead, a hint of nervousness accompanies his considerations.
The heightened stakes brought on by his hit album prompt a thoughtful approach to what comes next. With newfound fame, Kahan is determined to ensure that his next musical endeavors align seamlessly with his artistic vision.
Noah Kahan is set to grace the stage of Saturday Night Live (SNL), adding another exciting chapter to his burgeoning career. The anticipation builds as he not only takes on the role of the musical guest but also contributes his distinctive sound to the iconic SNL stage.