| Wayne, New Jersey, US|
| Musician, drummer|
| Alexander Crawford Noyes|
May 21, 1986 (age 29) (1986-05-21)
Honor Society (Since 2006)
Jason Rosen, Michael Bruno, Andrew Lee Schmidt, Betty Thomas
Drums, vocals, guitar
Alexander Noyes Wikipedia
Alexander Crawford Noyes (born May 21, 1986) is best known as the drummer for the American pop band Honor Society until their split in 2013. Noyes was the former drummer for the popular rock band Jonas Brothers from May 2005 through most of 2006.
While drumming for the Jonas Brothers, he toured with the band, throughout 2005 and 2006. In this time frame, Jonas Brothers had gone on several tours, opening for various artists including, Kelly Clarkson, Jesse McCartney, the Backstreet Boys, The Click Five, Aly & AJ, The Cheetah Girls, and The Veronicas.
After Noyes left the Jonas Brothers, he joined the band Honor Society. The band started off rehearsing in the Noyes' basement in New Jersey. The Gentlemen's Club, the band's YouTube series, was filmed in the Noyes house. In the Summer of 2009, Alex reunited with his former bandmates and went on tour with the Jonas Brothers.
Noyes was born in Wayne, New Jersey. He went to Eastern Christian High School with Kevin Jonas. He has a sister named Chelsea and has a dog named Willis. He attended Wagner College where he majored in international business with a minor in east Asian studies. He is now living in Los Angeles. He married actress Molly Tarlov in March 2017.