Though Matt Nathanson has been playing and performing music ever since he was a high-school freshman back in 1993, it wasn’t until his song “Come On Get Higher,” off the 2007 album Some Mad Hope, that the singer/songwriter broke through the mainstream music scene and become a folk-rock hero. The tune became such a hit with audiences that it went platinum—selling well over 1.5 million copies—and helped push more of Matt’s songs to be regularly featured on TV like The Vampire Diaries and in movies like American Wedding. Over the years, the New England native has released nine albums and played with other hit-makers like Kelly Clarkson, Gavin DeGraw and Joshua Radin.
Nathanson has accomplished a lot in his career, but he’s only just getting started. “I feel like I’m just beginning to enjoy my life and embrace creativity,” Nathanson said in an interview with Writers On Process. “I’m just getting a handle on the honesty it takes to be a writer. I’m starting to realize it’s not about shading out the parts of yourself that are ugly or what people judge you on. Instead, it’s about exposing those parts—and that’s what gets me excited about my next song or my next record.” Nathanson’s most recent album is 2013’s Last Of The Great Pretenders, which features songs like “Mission Bells” and “Kink Skirt,” and the troubadour will be spending most of his summer on the road with DeGraw, Mary Lambert and Andrew McMahon. Save on every Matt Nathanson ticket, every day.
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