Meet Noah Peters, the “Singing Barber” who will serenade country hits to you while cutting your hair

You may have seen Noah Peters on TikTok where he sings to his clients while cutting their hair. He joined us here on the Market Day Report!

Noah Peters is a viral sensation known as the “Singing Barber.” After moving to Virginia for his dad’s career, he is back in Tennessee and has opened up his own barbershop.

You may have seen him on TikTok where he sings to his clients while cutting their hair. His music ranges from gospel, to country, to old school hits.

He stopped by RFD-TV Studios to talk about his musical inspirations, how he started his career of singing while cutting hair, and what is in store next for him.

He also stuck around to perform his original song, “Virginia Life.”

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