Noah Thompson shared adorable photos with his 2-year-old son Walker on Halloween.
The Season 20 American Idol winner took to social media on Tuesday (Nov. 1) to share the most precious father/son photos from his son’s first Halloween.
In the series of three photos, Thompson can be seen holding Walker, who is dressed like a Cowboy, in his arms all smiles.
“Happy Halloween 🤠,” Thompson simply captioned the post on Instagram, which quickly amassed thousands of likes. The post also received dozens of comments gushing over his adorable son, Walker, one even calling him “the cutest cowboy ever.”
Thompson’s son recently appeared in the new music video for his new single “Make You Rich,” a tune that was co-written by Jason Nix, Craig Wiseman, and Driver Williams.
The song finds Thompson being thankful for all that he has in life while remembering that no matter how wealthy you become, it’s always important to remain humble and value life’s most simple things.
“I’m from a small town in Eastern Kentucky and didn’t grow up with much,” Thompson said of the track in a press release. “I’ve learned to value my friends and family so much more than the materialistic things we can have in life. I joke that I’m just a simple guy. I’ve also learned, even when life is tough, the more you give, and the more you love, the richer you are, and that is the whole meaning behind ‘Make You Rich.’”
“Be a better man than the old man was / Give a damn when nobody else does / Love your woman like you’re paid to / Like you ain’t afraid to / Like she was made for you / Be a good friend when a good friend needs it / Have a little faith when no one believes it / When it comes to love I’ll tell you this / You’ve got to give it like the givens gonna make you rich,” Thompson sings on the track’s chorus.
Thompson filmed the music video for the tune in his hometown of Louisa, Kentucky. The clip finds Thompson wandering the streets where he grew up and seeing his name emblazoned on buildings throughout the small town. As the clip concludes, He and his son are seen walking through a field hand in hand sharing some quality time together as Thompson sings the tune.
The Kentucky native dedicated his Idol journey to his son, often sharing, “I want my son to see that I am chasing my dreams, and I want him to know he can chase his too. I want to give my son a better life.”
Throughout Thompson’s time on American Idol, the “One Day Tonight” singer has credited his son as his reason to keep moving forward on his Idol journey.
“He’s my exact reason for doing this. I mean he is my motivation for all of it. He’s the thing I think about all the time and why I really wanna do this,” Thompson told Music Mayhem earlier this year.
Thompson is currently in the midst of his co-headlining tour with HunterGirl, which kicked off on Thursday, October 27 in Columbus, Ohio. The trek continues through December 2, where it will wrap up in St Louis, MO at The Hawthorn.
Noah Thompson & HunterGirl Remaining Tour Dates
Nov. 17 / Warrendale, PA / Jergels
Nov. 18 / Cincinnati, OH / Lori’s Roadhouse
Nov. 19 / Indianapolis, IN / Deluxe
Dec. 1 / Lexington, KY / Manchester Music Hall
Dec 2 / St Louis, MO / The Hawthorn
Tickets for the Noah Thompson and HunterGirl’s co-headlining tour are on sale now HERE.