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Listen to the music.
It all begins there...
A voice timeless and powerful, performances engaging and compelling, Matthew is an authentic talent performing since the age of eight in the hallways of the American Boy Choir School.
As a young child Matt came to the attention of James H. Litton, the foremost trainer of young voices in the world today. Under Litton’s tutelage, he was soon promoted to soloist, working closely with the finest in the industry and performed at Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Kennedy Center, The Academy of Music and Carnegie Hall.
During his high school years he laid the foundation to his dream of becoming a recording artist. Tired of formal musical education, he set out on his own path to discover his true artistic and musical talents. Rejecting a traditional career path, he dedicated his life to creating and performing as a singer/songwriter/band leader, crashing and burning in numerous attempts as leader of garage band hopefuls. Undaunted and resolute, his love for pop music and passion for the craft of songwriting has long fueled his every waking moment.
Matt’s debut album, recorded/mixed in the USA, London, UK and Byron Bay, Australia, captures his world-class global pop appeal and reach. The track ‘I Love These Days’ is set to cement him a position in the global public consciousness, supported by ‘Home’, ‘Aurora’, ‘Only Hope’ among 8 other tracks encompassing a strong, original, commercially sublime debut offering.
In listening to him sing, one can clearly hear him in a club, theatre, hall, arena and football stadium as if it has all already happened. His ability to deliver in Spanish and Italian truly underscores the caliber of artist he is. You can close your eyes and ‘hear’ him performing duets with giants of the industry and belonging right there in that moment. His live performances are electrifying and he has no shortage of female fans. For Matthew, the journey has always been about live performance and the music. He hopes it will always remain so.