Matt the Electrician is the stage name of Matt Sever, a singer/songwriter based in Austin, Texas. Sever has released a total of 12 albums through 2017 and his work has been used in advertising, film and American radio and television programs. All 12 songs recorded during this project constitute the music on his 2017 Album The Doubles. In addition to the versions with the guest bands, The Doubles also includes all 12 songs re-recorded with Matt and his regular trio. Each album along with its backing band and track listing is listed below. Matt The Electrician Vinyls. Made for Working (2003). Songs My Mom Doesn't Like (2004) 5 song EP. Long Way Home (2004). Playing Live at Café Mundi (2007) Live, with Southpaw Jones. One Thing Right (2007). Matt the Electrician Is Alive (2010) Live.
Matt the Electrician is the stage name of Matt Sever a singersongwriter based in Austin Texas Sever has released a total of 9 albums through 2014 and hi. Accidental Thief (2011). It's a Beacon It's a Bell (2013).
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Matt the Electrician is the stage name of Matt Sever, an American singer-songwriter based in Austin, Texas. Born in San Francisco, Sever's family soon moved to Oregon. Once there, Sever spent much of his youth obsessed with Woody Guthrie, The Hollies and the soundtrack to Godspell.
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Matt The Electrician is known off stage as Matt Sever, a singer-songwriter based in Austin, Texas who actually was an electrician before turning to music full time. He recorded this song with Dana Falconberry, a singer we know best for making whimsical tunes with sweet harmonies. The Party/I Don't Have Anything To Do With My Hands. Matt The Electrician. Your purchase helps support NPR programming. Imarhan roughly translates to "those who wish you well.
NotesAll Songs by Matthew Sever. Copyright 2005
except "Mother" by Glenn Danzig. Copyright 1988
Matt Sever - Vocals, Guitar, Trumpet, Whistling, Badness
Tom Pearson - Bass
Jon Greene - Drums
Bruce Hughes - Vocals, Bells, Super Badness
Southpaw Jones - Harmonica, Vocals, Good Badness
Recorded at Sugar Hill Studios in Houston, TX
and The Ghetto and Tophat Studios in Austin, TX
Mixed and Mastered at Tophat tudios by John Harvey and Mary Podio
Layout by Matt Eskey