MP3 Matt Bushman - Smile Again
If you like pleasant, cool easy on the ears listening you''ll love this CD. Carol Harmer said it''s "pleasing to the heart" and Deanna Collins, who likes to listen to Matt''s music in the car, said "like a rootbeer float, it''s comfort food with pizzaz."
10 MP3 Songs
EASY LISTENING: Soft Rock, FOLK: Folk Pop
Traveling Music. Easy Listening music for the open road. Keep this CD handy in your car or motorhome. You''ll play it again and again.
Like life, not all the songs are blissful. Winter tunes: "November Snow" and "Almost Man" balance the summer brightness of "Hammer & Nails" and "Princess". There are a number of surprises in lyric and melody for you to discover for yourself.
Music critic, Eric Snider said, "His voice is deep and resonating and he sings with confidence and authority, sounding much like adult contemporary artist, James Taylor."
"Matt Bushman''s folk-rock music has delighted hundreds of audiences from Washington DC to Las Vegas, Nev." The Daily Herald - January 2000
"Bushman has emerged as a singer songwriter with that extraordinary ''something'' that connects with audiences young and old. The proof is in the magic audiences feel at his performances." The Utah County Journal - Sunday, February 23, 1997
He has honed his music and performance skills in his travels presenting his one man and full band show to hundreds of audiences over the past several years. "What I have found is that music makes friends, said Bushman in a Deseret News interview, "in a lot of cases people will come into my concerts as strangers and leave as friends."
This album showcases Rich Dixon''s amazing guitar skills. John Hancock''s keyboard and mixing talents and Ed McGarr''s creatively lively guitar work which is found on "Becky''s Song", "Dreams", and "She".
Says DJ, Dave Webb, "Matt''s music is a great blend of folksy guitar, terrific voice and down home values. The arrangements are top notch: simple and solid. Matt''s voice has a great quality to it."
"an evening with Matt Bushman embodies the magic of folk pop music." The Daily Herald, February 23, 1997