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Hey everyone. Yes, I know, I said electrical guitar…What an idiot. Haha, anyways, I met Matt Nathanson last night and asked him to do a co-write with me today. Hopefully, this makes its way back to Matt and he agrees to work on this with me. Like I said, I have the whole song written now, I just wanted to give a little sample of what I’ve got here.
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Pictures of Matt Nathanson
Here is Part Two of the pictures from the Matt Nathanson show on Tuesday, September 27! What a great show!
Matt’s Pedalboard ^ (again)
Like I said in my last posting, what an awesome night. I highly recommend going to see this dude. If you do, start throwing my name around, and hopefully that co-write will come through and materialize! Thanks!
Matt Nathanson Concert :)
So, last night was a great, great adventurous kind of night! My friend Katie and I took the metro down to DC to see Matt Nathanson’s concert at the 9 30 Club. Vanessa Carlton opened up for him, and she was pretty good. She did sound like she had a child’s voice, even though she was thirty, but she was a good songwriter. She wrote that one song that everyone knows (“A Thousand Miles”) and it brought chills to me. Very well-written song. Then Matt Nathanson came on, and he was great. His band was very tight and they sounded way better live than on record. The full band, rockier side of Matt Nathanson was definitely something I dug, and reminded me of how we play live. So yes, I was into it. Anyways, afterwards, I bought the Modern Love vinyl and we headed upstairs to meet Matt. I ended up talking with Matt’s guitarist, Aaron, for about five minutes about one of his custom guitars that I also have. His was a red Fender Telecaster with P90 pickups, where as mine has a purple sparkle finish with the same pickup/pickguard setup. We met some cool friends in line, and possibly got a show playing for a graduation party, which was fun to talk about. Then we went Matt, took pictures, got autographs, and talked to him about the show and my music. He made a comment about the new band t-shirts, and I thought that was cool. He’s a pretty funny guy. Afterwards, we headed back to the metro to ride back BUT…..it was closed! NOW WHAT? We took a cab to Rosslyn, walked around tagging places with Tom Lohrmann merch. We got picked up by my brother after a while, drove home, and went our separate ways to end the great night. Pictures after the jump.
More pictures in my next posting! :)