“Much More Modern Than A Karaoke Crooner Using Backing Tracks
Matt gets a lot of wedding bookings from couples that seek something a little more up to date than a boring wedding band playing old fashioned songs too loud or a cheesy crooner singing in a club style.
Matt has played for the Royal Navy, BBC Horizons, The London 2012 Olympics and has even cut a track with an ex member of Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Matt loves to play weddings; the mix of warm atmosphere and a friendly crowd gives Matt everything he needs to create a high energy party that everybody will remember for years to come.
Ed Sheeran Meets James Blunt Meets Faithless in the Radio 1 Live Lounge.
Matt likes to play all sorts of songs, from acts you might expect, to acts you might be surprised by. If your favourite songs are not on his website, just drop Matt a line and he will gladly learn it for you.
The average wedding performance normally consists of 2 x 1 hour intervals, email, call or text Matt for a quote.
Matt likes to ask for a deposit to hold the date.
Booking Matt directly via this site avoids booking fees charged by Agencies, so the price may be more affordable than you expect.
Matt Has Never Cancelled A Booking
Once your deposit is received, you don't need to worry about the entertainment for the big day any more. Matt will always turn up early, smartly dressed and fully equipped, and he is always fully contactable in the run up to the big day.
Matt is willing to travel anywhere in the UK to play for you.
Matt has played all over the length and breadth of the country.
Here’s a little bit about me and what I get up to...
My name is Matt, and I’m a hard working musician from Swansea.
The biggest thing I’ve ever done is being asked by Stephen Wrench, who worked with Lynyrd Skynyrd for 20 years, to fly to Jacksonville to take part in a TV show called “do I have hit song.“ I didn’t win the show, I came 2nd, but I did get signed to Steve’s label, and we’ve recorded a few songs together.
Steve is a voting member of the Grammys, and he even put me forward for a Grammy nomination in 2015. I didn’t get very far with that, but there aren’t many musicians that can say that! Here’s a clip of me on the show –
Here's me doing some covers, recorded at Butlins where I'm a regular, using a looper and no prerecorded stuff,
I’ve also played as part of the Paralympic games opening ceremony in London in 2012, I play a minimum of 150 gigs a year and I’m always looking to do more, I’m a regular with the Royal Navy, and I appear regularly at Butlins too. I’ve got three albums worth of original songs. I play mainly weddings these days, using my site www.ThatGuyWeSawLastNight.com
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