I'll be playing a an all Texas set at the LSA Burger in Denton from 7-10! That means only my own songs and songs by other singer-songwriters.
This will be a Dentonradio.com event. The songwriters will swap songs from 7-10PM. Tips always appreciated.
John Prine: A Tribute. Artists will be swapping the songs of legendary country/folk singer/songwriter John Prine. Some funny...some heart-rending....all memorable. Come to Banter, one of Denton's foremost venues for good music. https://www.facebook.com/events/150969131779829/?notif_t=plan_user_invited
Sounds Like: Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Bob Dylan, Guy Clark, Leonard Cohen
Manager: Mathew Grigsby
Bio: Born Mathew Charles Grigsby in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, Grigsby grew up in a small East Texas town by the name of Hallsville. After graduating high school there, he attended Kilgore Junior College for two years as a Theatre major. It was there he was introduced to songwriting and started learning ...See Full Bio
Mathew Grigsby has a show on 01/09/2015 at 07:00 PM @ LSA Burger Co. in Denton, TX http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5h516o #concert
“Texas produces legendary songwriters one after another like they pump oil out of the ground. Individuals that tell tales between the words, where sometimes hard living ultimately may or may not be the key to redemption. I introduce with intent to delight, Young Master Grigsby AKA Mathew Grigsby, smith of song and craftsman of the finest caliber. Comic and subtly profound song carried by a voice and guitar, Mathew can leave you lowsome and laughing all in the same song. Love up your earholes and spend some time with Mathew Grigsby. ”
Ask Mathew Grigsby anything...
Q: Hi Matthew, I LOVE your music, my question is silly, are you ticklish? If yes, where are your tickly spots? :)
A: Hey Josephine! That is a silly question! Well, I've always been on the thin side so I'm usually ticklish in my torso area, but probably my feet most of all. I think there should be a law where everyone has to go to a therapist of some sorts who will tickle you until you wet yourself. Then we will know peace.
Asked by Josephine. Answered on Thu Sep 04 2014All Questions