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March 15th, 2014 @Theo's Java Club 213 17th Street, Rock Island, IL First 10 People get in FREE before 7:00pm! No outside beverages. Food & Drinks will be available for purchase You don't want to miss out on this great musical experience with multiple genres of music coming together for this great night! Hosted by Tateeon Brown & Legend Live performances from Talented Acoustic Guitarist/Singer/Songwritter Matt Van, Camp Legendary Entertainment's Keontaie Watson & a live performance from Trapavelli Boy R Photos as well as performance footage by Darnell Bennett (3D Films) For More information contact (563)-343-5435
I will be performing at the annual event, Drake's Got Talent, if anyone is interested in coming to watch me perform!
Sounds Like: Take That, John Mayer, Glen Hansard, Deathcab For Cutie, Dashboard Confessional
Bio: I am a singer-songwriter from the Quad Cities who is currently studying to be a pharmacist at Drake University in Des Moines, IA. Music has been a passion of mine since I was very young, but I don't consider myself to be an extraordinary musician by any means. However, if there is anything I take...See Full Bio
Matt Van has a show on 03/15/2014 at 06:30 PM @ Theo's Java Club in Rock Island, IL http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/267549220 #concert
“First off, his voice is perfect. I have to admit it brought tears of joy to my eyes when I listened to his falsetto. His voice is so on-pitch, and his vibrato is light but lovely. I like the creative terms he used in this song, like "Box of Dreams". I enjoyed the variation of chords and words in the beginning, and then ending with a repetition of the main point of the song. The guitar was also very well-played. I enjoyed the dissonance. Some people don't realize how important dissonance is in a song. To hear a song with 100% perfect chords and perfect cadences is awfully tiresome; but this song was spot-on with its inclusion of the dissonant guitar chords. Dissonance invokes tension and emotion.”