Noel Richards

Noel Richards

In a musical career spanning almost 50 years, Noel has performed in 40 countries and played in every kind of venue – street corners, bars, concert halls, churches, cathedrals and stadiums.

He has been married to Tricia since 1978 and they have two children and 4 grandchildren. Since the late 1970s, Noel & Tricia have been involved in the worldwide contemporary Christian worship movement and have written many modern hymns and songs. Perhaps the best known of these is “All Heaven Declares”. At one time, they had 17 songs that featured in the UK CCLI top 500, Church Copyright listing.

He has recorded 14 albums and also appeared on numerous “live” event/compilation albums. The most successful of these is Sparrow records “I could sing of your love forever” on which Noel is featured singing a live version of “We want to see Jesus lifted high”. This album has sold in excess of a million units.

In 1997, Noel & Tricia were key members of the team that organised the ‘Champion of the World’ event at London’s Wembley Stadium, with an attendance of more than 43,000, making it the biggest contemporary Christian music event ever staged in that venue. Since 1998, Noel has been a regular visitor to Hungary playing gigs at various venues, including the Kisstadion and László Papp Budapest Sports Arena.

In 2010, Noel & Tricia moved to the island of Mallorca, Spain where they live in Palma, the capital city. They continue to write, record and perform together and their latest CD – Quiet My Soul – was released in September 2017.