Matt Tedder | 07/12/2021

    

Matt Tedder was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. His age can easily be forgotten when listening to his music. Matt has often been called an old soul because of his distinct style of songwriting that some say is reminiscent of artists such as Jackson Browne, Tom Waits and Tom Petty. Many local TV news stations and newspapers labeled Matt a guitar prodigy at the early age of 10. By 14 he assembled a band and started playing locally and internationally when he was invited to play the Thunder Bay Blues Festival in Ontario, Canada in 2012. At 17 Matt moved move to Nashville to pursue a full time music career. Shortly after arrival he was chosen to represent Nashville in the 2014 IBCs (International Blues Challenge), a gathering of over 200 acts to compete where Matt made it to the finals (top 17) and played the historic Orpheum Theater. Matt left Nashville to return to his hometown of Fort Worth and release his debut album, “California Mercy Me” in October of 2016. The record draws influences from The Rolling Stones, Ray Charles and Chris Whitley — a mixture of classic rock, soulful blues and modern folk.

Matt Tedder | 07/12/2021        

Matt Tedder was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. His age can easily be forgotten when listening to his music. Matt has often been called an old soul because of his distinct style of songwriting that some say is reminiscent of artists such as Jackson Browne, Tom Waits and Tom Petty. Many local TV news stations and newspapers labeled Matt a guitar prodigy at the early age of 10. By 14 he assembled a band and started playing locally and internationally when he was invited to play the Thunder Bay Blues Festival in Ontario, Canada in 2012. At 17 Matt moved move to Nashville to pursue a full time music career. Shortly after arrival he was chosen to represent Nashville in the 2014 IBCs (International Blues Challenge), a gathering of over 200 acts to compete where Matt made it to the finals (top 17) and played the historic Orpheum Theater. Matt left Nashville to return to his hometown of Fort Worth and release his debut album, “California Mercy Me” in October of 2016. The record draws influences from The Rolling Stones, Ray Charles and Chris Whitley — a mixture of classic rock, soulful blues and modern folk.

Matt Tedder | 07/12/2021

  

Matt Tedder was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. His age can easily be forgotten when listening to his music. Matt has often been called an old soul because of his distinct style of songwriting that some say is reminiscent of artists such as Jackson Browne, Tom Waits and Tom Petty. Many local TV news stations and newspapers labeled Matt a guitar prodigy at the early age of 10. By 14 he assembled a band and started playing locally and internationally when he was invited to play the Thunder Bay Blues Festival in Ontario, Canada in 2012. At 17 Matt moved move to Nashville to pursue a full time music career. Shortly after arrival he was chosen to represent Nashville in the 2014 IBCs (International Blues Challenge), a gathering of over 200 acts to compete where Matt made it to the finals (top 17) and played the historic Orpheum Theater. Matt left Nashville to return to his hometown of Fort Worth and release his debut album, “California Mercy Me” in October of 2016. The record draws influences from The Rolling Stones, Ray Charles and Chris Whitley — a mixture of classic rock, soulful blues and modern folk.

Matt Tedder | 07/12/2021

  

Matt Tedder was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. His age can easily be forgotten when listening to his music. Matt has often been called an old soul because of his distinct style of songwriting that some say is reminiscent of artists such as Jackson Browne, Tom Waits and Tom Petty. Many local TV news stations and newspapers labeled Matt a guitar prodigy at the early age of 10. By 14 he assembled a band and started playing locally and internationally when he was invited to play the Thunder Bay Blues Festival in Ontario, Canada in 2012. At 17 Matt moved move to Nashville to pursue a full time music career. Shortly after arrival he was chosen to represent Nashville in the 2014 IBCs (International Blues Challenge), a gathering of over 200 acts to compete where Matt made it to the finals (top 17) and played the historic Orpheum Theater. Matt left Nashville to return to his hometown of Fort Worth and release his debut album, “California Mercy Me” in October of 2016. The record draws influences from The Rolling Stones, Ray Charles and Chris Whitley — a mixture of classic rock, soulful blues and modern folk.