Keri Noble (born 1975) is an American singer-songwriter born in Fort Worth, Texas and raised in Detroit. Her father was a Baptist minister, and Noble sang in church as a child. She attended a local Assembly of God school for Junior High and high school in Michigan. She began playing her own music in the Detroit area. After meeting Billy McLaughlin, she moved to Minneapolis, and in 2003 she signed with major label EMI. She has been compared to Norah Jones. She left EMI in 2005 and signed with JVC in Japan where she achieved great success, enabling her to continue to write and perform in the US without the support of a label. In 2008 Noble signed with Telarc Records in the United States and released a full-length album (self titled) in February, 2009. In June, she released her EP, "Leave Me in the Dark", and November brought the release of her first-ever holiday cd, "Winter Comes Again", which she produced herself. Currently, Noble resides in Minneapolis with her cat, Akiko, and her husband, former Minnesota Viking, Mike Morris. She continues to tour both the U.S. and Japan in support of her albums. In April 2012 Noble began co-hosting the morning show on KTCZ-FM ("Cities 97") in Minneapolis, MN. Noble's song "If No One Will Listen" has been covered by Kelly Clarkson and is featured on her album All I Ever Wanted.