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100 Club, London

Thanks to photography from © Steve Dulieu - https://www.facebook.com/steve.dulieu

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Colne Blues Festival 2014

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Gloucester Rhythm & Blues Festival 2014

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Blakeney Harbour Rooms - Holt, Norfolk

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Rootstime loves Wildest Dreams!

“There are songs, stories and emotions that Matt wants to share. “Wildest Dreams” summarizes all this very well in ten excellent songs together!” Blues and rock singer-songwriter Matt Woosey was born in the hills of Malvern, Worcestershire in the English West Midlands. In Bristol when he was fifteen, Matt Woosey ‘s[...]

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Good vintage matured into a Premier Cru!

Reviews of Wildest Dreams have started coming in and Rhythm and Booze kicks us off with a resounding yes! We think Matt’s new album is astounding and we’re not alone. Graham Munn at Rhythm and Booze writes in his review: “I cannot find the words to do justice to this[...]

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Why Woosey is acoustic real deal

Matt reveals all in an interview with the Nottingham Post before he plays at  The Trent Navigation on September 12th. When did you first pick up a guitar? I first started playing guitar at school. I had classical guitar lessons for a while, but I really got into it properly[...]

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“I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat”

Blood, sweat & tears… …has been used to mean anything from giving a life in biblical times (The King James Bible, Luke 22:44), used by Winston Churchill when coming to power during WWII in 1940 (House of Commons speech, May 13, 1940) and by Johnny Cash in 1963 as the[...]

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Home Counties Loved Matt!

After a great evening at the Mill Arts Centre in Banbury the regional magazine, Four Shires, reviewed Matt’s performance and summed it up in one single phrase (and those of you that have seen Matt live will really appreciate this!):   “There is definitely something ‘feral’ about Matt’s presence!”  [...]