Naomi LaViolette and Bob’s Red Mill

by Cassidy Stockton in Featured Articles

As part of my role at Bob’s Red Mill, I field all sorts of requests for product- from magazines and food writers to professional athletes and movies. I have never gotten a request for samples from a musician, until I met Naomi LaViolette.

Naomi contacted me a few months ago to let us know that she had used our organic quinoa in her album. Evidently, her team was looking for a specific shaker sound and nothing was producing the right noise. Heading back to the kitchen, she told me, her producer had a moment of inspiration when he spotted our bag of quinoa on his shelves. It turned out that quinoa was just the sound they were seeking!

Naomi uses quinoa in her song “Somewhere New to Stand” on her soon-to-be released self-titled album.  Her music falls somewhere beautiful between folk and jazz. Naomi is one of many musicians who hails from Portland and we think she’s really something special. Check out her website and music– we hope you think it’s as special as we do.

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3 Responses to “Naomi LaViolette and Bob’s Red Mill”

  1. That’s cool! I discovered her music last winter on Noisetrade. She was featured on a Christmas album with a handful of other new artists.

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