Page 3 of 3

PostPosted: Mon Jul 04, 2005 1:36 pm
by Kris
How was the Boston show? I'm waiting....

PostPosted: Mon Jul 04, 2005 2:14 pm
by MWM
Hi everybody, thanks to everybody who's bought the CD. It's really nice of you guys to do that and I hope you like the album as much as I do. Also thanks so much to Scott for putting in a good word about it.

The Boston show, itself went very well, I think. Someone was taping it from the soundboard (my set and Antje's of course), so hopefully I can eventually get a copy of it. My setlist was:

Never Say Die
Don't Make a Sound

(and then over to Antje's little keyboard she let me use)

Burgundy and Black
Chelsea Hotel No. 2 (Leonard Cohen cover)

(then back to guitar)

Hell Holler's On Fire (tentatively titled new song)

Everybody was nice and listened and was receptive and I even had people asking me to sign their CD after the set which was sort of a weird feeling. Somebody told me I was a cross between Adam Duritz (of the Counting Crows) and Tori Amos. A strange but flattering comparison. Then Antje did her set which was amazing, I was almost as excited to see her perform as I was to open for her. She asked me to sing harmony on a bunch of the songs on her set, I'll put a little (MM) out by the songs I sang on.

Sex Bandaid
Long Way
Pompeii (beautiful new song about a breakup)
Streets of Soho
Reasonland (MM)
Hold On (MM)
A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall (Bob Dylan cover)
Goodbye Dublin Boys (MM)
Dandelion (MM)
Diamonds (something like that -- a beautiful new song) (MM)
Judas (MM)
Anna (MM)


Love (reggae cover)
Annabelle (MM)

Antje sounded so beautiful and she's so poised and articulate on stage. When she's singing you can hear a pin drop. It's amazing.

So as wonderful as the time I spent with Antje in Vermont and Mass. was, the bus ride to and from there was hooooooooorrible. Barring personal tragedies, it was the worst experience of my life. I can't even explain it. But I will post about it, perhaps, in the Things That Make Me Want To Poke My Eyes Out thread.

Thanks all you guys for your words of support about the gig. It went really well, and I'm very satisfied. She even asked me if I'd sing on her next album (the studio one that she's going to pitch to record labels), so I'm overwhelmed and excited by that too.

But anyways, thanks again everybody!


PostPosted: Mon Jul 04, 2005 2:20 pm
by marybeth
yee-fucking-haw Matt! That is just great!!! I can't wait to hear the tape!

I'm sitting here picturing you up there singing harmony with Antje. That must have been so awesome. And you singing on her next CD? So many things to be excited about!

Glad to hear this gig worked out better than the Indian one (LOL). But sorry about the bus trip....!*very curious*

PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2005 7:11 pm
by scottz
Thanks Matt! How very cool! Signing CD's, what a kick! I'm so glad you had some Pattyfriends along, everyone needs a comfort zone, and you had a great one!
So was harmonizing on Antje's songs a bit humbling? You must've sounded good with her! I heard she sold out of CD's. That's so great...getting asked to sing on an album!
Well, this should give you an inspiration boost, Matt. Use it to your best advantage! What's up next? :D

PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2005 11:48 pm
by marybeth
I finally got my Matt CD in the mail! I enjoyed it on the first listen but haven't had time to give it proper attention yet. I'll be putting it on this weekend.....

PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2005 2:20 pm
by marybeth
Had some time to listen to Matt's CD and am really enjoying it. Among my favorites are:

Don't Make a Sound, Burgundy and Black and Corona.

Matt is very honest with his words and has an incredibly emotive way of singing. Really good work Matt!

Matt Morrow--finalist at MOVA tomorrow !!!!

PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 4:20 pm
by TontoBronto
http://mova.mountainvalleyartscouncil.o ... iew_04.htm

I wish I could attend, but I'll be sending good vibes that direction tomorrow around 1:30!!! (I'll start vibing around 1:15 just to be safe :lol:)

From the horse's mouth--"People who are or will be in Guntersville tomorrow, I'm playing "Burgundy and Black" agaaaain, as a finalist. It's at the Civitan Park Amphitheatre, TOMORROW, Sunday, September 18th.

I'm told I will play at 1:30, but I would get there at 1:15 if you're gonna come, just in case.

Come on people, you know you wanna come and yell for me"

Go Matt!!!!

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 2:30 pm
by marybeth
I hope this went/is going well Matt! Good vibes to you!

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 10:20 pm
by TontoBronto
I MAY have gotten the info wrong. I THOUGHT Matt said he was a finalist at MOVA, but he MAY have said a STYLIST at Mova--:lol:
Check out the "Team" at this UK salon----apparently the cowlick-look is in this year for guys?? :lol:

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 11:50 pm
by marybeth
ha ha Bruce. It looks like Matt would fit right in with the hair-over-the-eye look. :wink:

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2006 7:00 pm
by scottz

Mr. Matt!
Why-fore am I not finding news from campfire, dude?
Please spill some beansies for us! :D

Re: Matt Morrow - new music

PostPosted: Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:46 am
by MWM
Hi guys,

I hate to be all self-promotey, but for anybody who wasn't already aware, I have a new album, Burlap and Gold, that you can listen to and download (if you like it) at You can also read the lyrics, credits, and background story on the site. It's rife with plonking banjo, Southern gothic-isms, hopelessness, addiction, a multitude of crises of faith, and the looming spectre of death, so be sure to play it at your next big party!

Here's a video of me playing "Burn Down the Town," one of the songs from the album, live a few months ago:

And one more, "Amen, Amen, Amen":

If you listen, let me know what you think! Either here or on my music's Facebook page: