Matt joins his mates in The Old Part of Town to play at Batimore's EcoFest at Druid Hill Park - Satruday April 26th - 2:00pm..
Former bandmates with The Reactors, a staple in the 80s Baltimore music scene, Sam Nitzberg and Matt Douglass team up for a new EP. While the Reactors primarily played reggae, new wave and rock-and-roll, this CD finds them going back to their musical roots: acoustic folk, country blues, and well-crafted songwriting.
Matt and Sam take care of the instrumentation -- (guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, piano, harmonica, bass, percussion, vocals ) with some help on a couple of tracks by drummer (and former Reactor) Bill Beachler. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/samnitzberg
In sheer joy of the depth, breadth and activism of Woody’s music we celebrate his 100th B’day with a high-energy all-star lineup. Neo-folk star Caleb Stine, honky-tonk visionary Arty Hill, Guthrie aficionado Michael Patrick Flanagan Smith, John Shock & Paul Margolis & the Stone Hill All-Stars, Appalachian duo The Honey Dewdrops, sweet-singing sisters Hello Strangers, & long-time Baltimore musicians Sam Nitzberg & Matt Douglass.
Night of 1,000 Dylans Matt Douglass (along with Sam Nitzberg) will sing 3 Dylan songs as part of a mult-artist lineup. Baltimore is home to legions of gifted singer-songwriters, and most of them draw inspiration from Bob Dylan, who has continually reinvented the possibilities of American song from the ‘60s onward. Night of 1000 Dylans offers new interpretations of the legend’s compositions by Victoria Vox, Gypsy Dawg, Sam Nitzberg & Matt Douglass, Cameron Blake, Woody Lissauer and more. Journalist/songwriter Geoffrey Himes hosts. Benefits Baltimore College Peace Network, CA and Roots Café.
Sam Nitzberg and Matt Douglass perform their original songs with your singing host, Geoffrey Himes Friday, July 23, at 7 p.m. Common Ground 819 W 36th St. Baltimore, MD (410) 235-5533 Admission: $9 Sam Nitzberg Sam Nitzberg is best known as the founder/leader of the Reactors (aka the Charm City Reactors), a staple in the Baltimore area from 1980 to ’85. The Baltimore Sun declared that the Reactors had “followed the lead of new wave acts like the Clash, the Police and Joe Jackson, who have breathed new life into old rock conventions with the fresh air of reggae." After the Reactors disbanded, Sam spent time as lead singer with the Sway before leaving to form the Odds in order to provide another vehicle for his own songs. Since the Odds break-up in 1992, Sam has periodically played reunion performances with the original Reactors line up. This show at the Roots Cafe marks his first solo performance since his early days of busking in different parts of the States and Europe in the mid-70's. Matt Douglass Matt Douglass is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from White Hall, who has played a key role in such Maryland bands as Bitter Creek, the Reactors, the Edge, Red Tape, the Blind Dog Blues Band, the Sway and Big Cam & the Lifters. Douglass drew on all those experiences for his debut solo CD, “No Stone Unturned,” in 2002. The follow-up, 2008’s “Big Lucky,” featured 11 distinctive originals in an Americana vein that remind one of both Rodney Crowell and Tom Petty.
Appearing Thursday - December 20th Tyson’s Tavern - 2112 Fleet Street Fells Point/Canton Matt Douglass (along w/Howard Markman and Steve Sandkuhler) at Tyson’s Tavern 8-12 Playing songs from the new CD “Big Lucky”, songs from the first CD “No Stone Unturned” and other good stuff too… Howard Markman (www.howardmarkman.com)- solo artist as well Steve Sandkuhler(harp, sax, percussion)has played in lot of bands over the years, most recently The Classroom Dragons http://www.classroomdragons.com/ We may have a special guest appearance also..! Come on out and support us and have a good time while you are at it. Tyson's features good brew and bar food... http://www.tysonstavern.net/history.html http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Baltimore&state=MD&address=2112++Fleet+Street Thanks y'all - looking forward to seeing you... Matt Douglass http://cdbaby.com/cd/douglass2 http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playListId=278595099