Peter Noble has been a music industry professional for over forty years whose significant contribution to the industry has been recognised with a multitude of accolades including, most recently, the Rolling Stone Award for his services to Australian Music.
Peter Noble became a Director of the multi award winning Byron Bay Bluesfest in 1993 and has shaped what is now cemented as one of the largest and revered music events in the world. Noble has worked in many areas of the music business including record producing, touring artists through his company Bluesfest Touring, artist management, setting up the Australian Artists Agency in the early 70's , event site development, and festival presentations throughout Australia and South East Asia.
He became a pioneer for Blues, Jazz, Roots and Indie Music touring in Australia, as well as running AIM Records, which was nominated for two Grammys (Best Tropical Latin Album (Vocal or Instrumental ) for Greetings From Havana - Cubanismo and Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience which won the Grammy for Best Zydeco or Cajun Music Album in 2008 and earned AIM the accolade as the first and only Australian independent label to win a Grammy Award.
His long-standing dream to produce an Indigenous festival was realised in 2013 when he collaborated with leading cultural creative Rhoda Roberts, producing the inaugural Boomerang Festival.
Peter spends his time working and living between Byron Bay and Bali, and says “Life truly is an amazing adventure which I take on with wild enthusiasm on a daily basis”.