Matthew Davidson News - October 1, 2015



The Matthew Davidson Band will be performing at The Red River Revel at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport on Sunday, Oct. 4 from 5:00- 6:00 pm. They will be performing on the Eldorado Discovery Stage. This stage will be located just east of Crockett Street and the train tracks. Hope to see you there!

Red River Revel - Eldorado Discovery Stage







Please check out the band's schedule in the newsletter below and see if we will be playing near you. We hope you will forward this newsletter to your friends. Thank you for your support! 

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Stan Lewis Music Festival - Sept. 26
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"Beer and Burger Saturday" - Bossier City Harley Davidson  - Oct. 10

Address:2225 Autoplex Drive, Bossier City, LA
About Matthew Davidson -  

 "I think Matthew is going to continue to grow and be a huge artist one day." ~ James Burton, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame guitarist for Elvis Presley, Ricky Nelson, and many more

"Matthew Davidson is an inspiring young artist. Watch out world, here he comes!" ~ Rich Redmond - Drummer (Jason Aldean)/Producer/Speaker

"Matthew is an amazing guitarist and his music is a lot of fun. " ~ Kermit Poling, Director of The Marshall Symphony Orchestra
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Belmont University
Matthew was excited to receive an acceptance letter from Belmont University in Nashville, TN! 

Upcoming Schedule

Sun., Oct. 4 - Red River Revel - Festival Plaza, Shreveport, LA - 5:00 - 6:00 pm

Sat., Oct. 10 - Beer & Burger Saturday - Bossier City Harley Davidson - Noon - 2 pm

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Matthew's Music
Matthew's 2nd EP "Cross My Heart" is available on iTunes and AmazonYou can order a physical copy online HERE. We hope you will check it out! Thanks for your support!

"It's not just that the 16-year-old Matthew Davidson writes his own music, a considerably rare thing among blues prodigies. And it's not just that he deftly combines these rootsy leanings with towering pop hooks. It's not just his boyish good looks, either. It's all of that, as Davidson crafts a sophomore project that is as intriguing as it is offbeat. In the end, Cross My Heart is both a blues record that often moves far afield from the blues, and a pop record with real soul. And it works, principally because of the endless approachability that Davidson brings to things." ~Nick DeRiso, Something Else Reviews, May 14, 2014