During the past few years, he’s played regularly at Sidewalk Café, CB’s 313 and ACME Underground. His songs have been featured on such radio stations as London’s Resonance 104.4, Radio Crystal Blue, WRPI (Troy, NY), and WWOR-710, on the Joey Reynolds show, where he was praised as “hysterically funny.” In addition, he composed and performed music for the critically acclaimed play, “Boy Beautiful,” which was featured at the Best of The American Living Room Festival at the HERE theatre in 2003, in the Village. Matt has collaborated twice with the multi-talented Lance Monotone, to put together Matt’s 6-song debut EP, ZOZEN and his 2003 full-length CD release, SUBLIMATION. Both records reveal Matt’s versatility, with the politically charged “As Long as Grass Grows and Water Runs,” the bitter family story, “In the Way” and “Scary,” an energetic love song about an invisible girl. He’s begun recording his latest full-length work, to be released some time in 2005.
Last year, Matt was recognized by The Great American Song Contest, winning the Director’s Prize for his song “Man with a Can”. The year before, he received honorable mention for “Scary,” in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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