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This should be a fun triple bill- The Barn Swallows with Lost Northern Tribe and The Obsoleets at Melodies Cafe in Ardmore. Hope you can join The Barn Swallows (Sandy Bruening- Pluta , Ron Greenstein and Matthew Gordon), on Saturday April 25, 2015 at this nice BYOB listening room. Tickets are $8 advance, $10 day of show. For tickets and more info: http://www.melodiescafe.com/event/809807-obsoleets-barn-swallows-ardmore/
Matthew Gordon and Pete Kranz will be playing as a duo at the friendly Mike's Tavern in Reading, PA on Saturday March 21. We'll be playing some harmonious and groovy tunes with guitars, dobro, and vocals. Originals and many favorite covers. Hope to see some of our local friends make it out and swing a few drinks with us!
A Very Special Evening, Featuring Dave Loves Donna, Blue Moon, and The Barn Swallows,. Please join us for a very special evening of fresh and fun local music at one of the areas newest musical venues. Nano-brewed beer, tasty light fare and great music. Lots of room to dance, if you are so inclined! Good company, good friends, good times. Reservations recommended!
I'll have the honor of accompanying the fabulous Sarah & The Arrows on dobro. Make reservations and join us! Teri Rambo will also be appearing.
Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, John Prine, The Barn Swallows
Bio: Melody and lyrics and FEEL are what guides the work of Matthew Gordon. His work with The Barn Swallows, Blue Moon, The Friday Project, Party Under Siege, Preston Harrison's Raggedy Band, Matthew & The Bamalama Strings, and others has varied from rock to R&B to folk to bluegrass, but has always e...See Full Bio
Matthew Gordon has a show on 04/25/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Melodies Cafe in Ardmore, PA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5s0jce #concert
“Light and breezy....fine playing and especially good, all original songwriting. There are interesting melodies here, not just three-chord toss offs that sound borrowed from other albums.... meaningful and never pretentious.... low-key delivery.”