On October 17th, 2009 Matt Singer recorded 16 songs in front of live studio audience in Brooklyn, NY. A packed room full of both devoted fans and complete strangers to his music enjoyed the lighter, sillier, quirkier and more outrageous side of Matt’s music, though one still finds immense range in this material.
Matt begins Side A of Live at the Warehouse by re-introducing five of his fan favorites, including Stacy J and Scary, and then presents three previously unreleased tracks, including the playful calypso cover, Touch me Tomato.
This recording is dedicated to Matt’s family friend and a special, unusually brilliant person, Dominique “Nikki” Garcia, who died in September 2009 from causes related to Cystic Fibrosis, at the age of 12. For a limited time, the entire album has been made available for free download -- listeners “Pay Only What You Want,” knowing that all sales will go directly to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the foremost organization dedicated to the cure for CF, and the foundation chosen by the Garcia Family to honor their daughter.
released March 6, 2010
Produced by Matt Singer
Recorded, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Chris Cubeta for Galuminum Foil Productions
All Songs Written by Matt Singer, except for “Touch Me Tomato” (Phyllis Dillon)
Cover Design by Jessi Robertson
Personnel: Matt Singer (Vocals, Acoustic Guitar), Dan Jeselsohn (Upright Bass), Misty Foster (Vocals)
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