Fruitarian Rapsody: A Rap About Fruit. ~ Noah Stockdale

Via Noah Stockdale
on Aug 10, 2013
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Photo: Bryonie Wise
Photo: Bryonie Wise

Last fall I lived in a yurt for two months while I worked on an organic farm near Asheville, North Carolina.

The couple that was hosting me gave me a book about living a fruitarian lifestyle.

I read it front to back and immediately began changing my eating habits.

They were even kind enough to buy me all of the organic fruit that I required for my new diet.

As a result, I wrote a song about fruitarianism called “Fruitarian Rapsody.”

It’s funny, it’s positive, and it’s about fruit! Please give your ears a listen:





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About Noah Stockdale

Noah Stockdale is a singer/songwriter from Asheville, North Carolina. He has been performing around the Carolinas for the past five years and has steadily been gaining attention in the Eco/Spiritually conscious music scene. This Fall, Noah will be performing at the Three Days of Light Festival in Hot Springs, NC: a gathering of light beings all across the globe to celebrate and co-create in harmony. He looks forward to spreading messages of hope and peace for humanity, and to always stay in touch with the humorous side of life. Check out his website


6 Responses to “Fruitarian Rapsody: A Rap About Fruit. ~ Noah Stockdale”

  1. Ashley says:

    This is AWESOME!!!! This song is a hit! Makes me want to go eat some organic fruit right now…

  2. Mmmmm, yes, makes me want to take a trip to the co-op now. In Asheville we have Green Life, Earthfare, and other food co-ops that do an outstanding job of providing the good people of Asheville with organic goodness, not to mention all of the fantastic farmer's markets.

    To other listeners and readers of Elephant Journal: What city do you live in, and what are your favorite places to get organic food?

  3. Donna says:

    Unity Village Gardens is an awesome place to get fresh fruits and veggies. And this song rocks! Keep up the great work, Noah!

  4. Donna says:

    Unity Village Gardens and Farms in Kansas City, MO, is my fruitarian source of choice right now. Amazing fresh conscious food grown by amazing fresh conscious people!

    This is a great song, Noah! Let us hear more from you!

    Namaste', my Brother!

  5. Amazing fresh conscious people, I'm sold! I used to live in St. Charles, MO. I will definitely check out Unity Village Gardens and Farms when I return. Thanks for the support and kind words Donna.


  6. Ashley says:

    Don't forget about the French Broad Co Op & the Westville Market in Asheville, they're the best! <3 Bless it!