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Been a while. I posted some new tunes, go have a listen.
posted 12 days ago
Introducing "A Brighter Place in the Sun," the single from Episode 2 of the podcast. Listen to the tune here or the entire episode at:

http://www.thebandthatneverwas.com/
posted 6 years ago
My new docu-pop podcast, The Band That Never Was, has just been launched. Download Episode 1 here:

http://www.thebandthatneverwas.com/

The single from that episode, Square, is now available here and at thematthewshow.com

Enjoy...
posted 6 years ago
February's Acoustic Surprise, "The One I Love," is now up for hearting/downloading both here and at thematthewshow.com

The tune features the vocal talents of Beth Brown and Dean Hall.

Enjoy...
posted 6 years ago
January's Acoustic Surprise, "Mediocre Fred," is now up for hearting/downloading both here and at thematthewshow.com

Enjoy...
posted 6 years ago
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biography
Born and raised in rural Texas, matthew spent 10 years navigating the murky waters of the North Texas music scene in a variety of rock bands. He moved to New York in 2002 to begin a solo career as the matthew show, eventually moving operations back to the Dallas/Fort Worth area in 2006 due to hipster fatigue.

In 2003 his debut solo album, texas, was released on his own Naive Music label. matthew's second album, february (at februarythealbum.com), was released in 2008 by Wampus Multimedia. His third album, Memphis, was released in 2012. An acoustic EP, Inklings, was released in March of 2013. All have received wide critical acclaim. He continues to release singles through Naive Music.

In 2010, matthew launched a popular docu-pop podcast, The Band That Never Was:

thebandthatneverwas.com

In 2011, he formed Ah Pook the Destroyer with Paul Shapera of Mocha Lab and released their debut album The Silver Key, based on the H.P. Lovecraft story of the same name:

http://ahpookthedestroyer.com/

matthew continues to contribute guitar on Shapera's various operas, including the acclaimed The Dolls of New Albion: A Steampunk Opera.

His songs have been featured on two seasons of the PBS... (+) expand
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Calista (level 38) wrote:
Great to have you back! Thank you so much for your two new tracks. Again, it's wonderful to find you posting here again as this site tries to find it's musical feet once more :-) Hope to catch you in SL sometime soon :-)
12 days ago
CherHarrington (level 37) wrote:
Yay for Mediocre Fred and January's Acoustic Surpise!!!!!!!!
6 years ago
Suzen JueL Resistance wrote:
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!
6 years ago
MusicSaves (level 29) wrote:
Thanks for helping me spread Holy Day cheer through music!
MS
6 years ago
the matthew show wrote:
MS,

It would appear that I was wearing my asshat the day I put that one up. It, and all of these tracks, are now available for download...
6 years ago
MusicSaves (level 29) wrote:
I wanna blast "She Left Me For Jesus" out my boombox!
How come that's the only song that's not for download?
It'll make a great x-mas gift.
If you can, even just for a few days, let me know!
thanks,
MS
6 years ago
zenfira (level 36) wrote:
Lovely new track!
6 years ago
CherHarrington (level 37) wrote:
Oooooo I love this song, "How Sweet To Be An Idiot", thank you for posting it, great one :)
6 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
Great tunes! Very much hoping to catch you inworld.
6 years ago
woodjean (level 31) wrote:
Everybody Knows if one of my favorite songs. Thanks!
6 years ago
the matthew show wrote:
Thanks, Roberto. Glad you came out.
6 years ago
Roberto (level 25) wrote:
Great concert Matthew, I have enjoyed it :-)
6 years ago
the matthew show wrote:
Thanks, Calista. I blush... :)
6 years ago
Calista (level 38) wrote:
Omg, Kathy's Song is so good. Playing today at 1 hmmm? Checks the time, You have such a beautiful voice. It's reaches inside and embraces you. Add this to the way you deliver the lyrics, beautiful guitar work...it is always a delight listening to you :-)
6 years ago
Calista (level 38) wrote:
I can't list the ones I like :-( This is because there are so many :-) Very happy to have found you here! I have been a fan for so long, having run across you in SL years back. Excellent work, as always.
7 years ago
Funkyfreddy wrote:
I love "She Left Me for Jesus" and "Hand of the Almighty"!
7 years ago
Mimimimimi (level 41) wrote:
yay a new upload!
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
i love .the loneliest boy..............
7 years ago
CherHarrington (level 37) wrote:
Great show last night and thank you for the new upload! Thank you too, for bringing new music into SL and RL :)
7 years ago
CherHarrington (level 37) wrote:
Congrats on Superman's Song hitting the homepage!!!!!!!!!!
7 years ago
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