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Nettles was still part of Sugarland at the time, but fans and critics seemed to love the fresh pairing, saying that Nettles and Nathanson's voices sounded nice together. The duo also created a music video, which featured clips from their CMA Awards performance that year.
It doesn’t hurt that he crafts hook-laden gems meant to make you dance like a dang fool.Alice is happy to announce our rescheduled date for Alice in Winterland starring John Mayer and Matt Nathanson.The NEW Alice in Winterland date is Thursday, January 11, 2018 at The Masonic San Francisco.At one point, John Thomasson, now with Little Big Town, played bass in Nathanson's band.Nathanson has been on the music scene for quite some time, having released his first album in 1993.But fear isn’t in this artist’s vocabulary as he takes big risks with “Washington State Fight Song”, an eminently memorable, heartbreaking and quotable track that has a destiny of its own and that’s to reach across generations and speak truth as the song so eloquently does in each of its perfect verses.
Show Me Your Fangs does have a flaw and that comes in the form of the over-produced closer “Headphones”, which tries just a little too hard to be relevant and catchy.
All tickets for the original date of 12/12/2017 will be honored at the door.
Ten albums into his recording career, Matt Nathanson’s still capable of taking risks and Show Me Your Fangs is a fitting title for an album about conquering fears and seizing the mother-loving day.
The musical vibe is contemporary with touches of late 1970s Southern California decadence and dayglow optimism teeming amid the more delicious chord changes.
But whereas some of the best music of that era -- Jackson Browne’s requiems for counterculture refuse, Frey and Henley’s cocaine hangovers and Little Feat’s refusal to actually set foot upon the earth -- was about the shells that some people had become, Nathanson is confident that we can be better people now and in the future, no matter if we have ever been broken.
To celebrate, Jayn is giving away tickets all week in her show! Caller 97 instantly wins a pair of tickets to see John Mayer and Matt Nathanson January 11 at The Masonic in San Francisco.