Matt Santry is both a full-time social worker and a full-time musician. He has played music for autistic children, and now he rocks the stage all over. Matt is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and often plays at clubs, coffee shops and campuses from Manhattan to L.A.
Since 2006, Matt has performed over 500 shows. He released a record, “Tin Ace City”, in August 2010 that was produced by Grammy winning songwriter, Scot Sax. The album was also mixed by Grammy winning mix engineer, Jeff Juliano. The songs on the album show his skills as a writer and performer. Thanks to his many years of experience as a social worker, Matt has the ability to connect with fans and communicate lyrically.
He has had support from many big names in Philadelphia from radio to TV such as WXPN, WMMR, WSTW, and NBC10.
The band consists of Kat Bowman on the keyboard, Brian Fritzy on the violin, Kjell Benner with the bass, Avery Coffee on the guitar, and finally, Tom Walling on drums. Together the band makes an extraordinary mixture. When they are all playing you can tell they love what they do.
If you are interested seeing Matt Santry live, catch his performances on August 23rd and September 6th at The Boiler Room in Cape May beginning at 9 pm. His shows are usually full of adoring fans, but who doesn’t enjoy good music? His album “Tin Ace City” is available digitally on ITunes, Amazon, and eMusic. If you are lucky enough to catch him while he is in town, you can also pick up a CD at one of his shows.
To listen to some of Matt’s music, check it out on IHeartRadio, Rhapsody, MOG, MySpace and Spotify. Matt’s music can be described as a voice that can deliver, lyrics that you connect with, melodies that get stuck in your head, and music that you just can’t get enough of.
Matt has been working on some new music lately for an upcoming album and he will debuting some of these tracks soon.
His website is www.mattsantry.com, or if you are a Twitter user, you can view his tweets at Twitter.com/mattsantry.
For college booking information, you can contact Nick Diroma from Impact Entertainment, 856-229-4856. For all other bookings, you can contact Julie Hischmann from Fierce Management at firstname.lastname@example.org
By Brittany Cassidy