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Nashville — a city that doubled as his muse and adopted hometown — always played a big role in that creation process.
It was the place where Wertz wrote his songs, the place he recorded his albums, the place he'd return after touring the country with songwriters like Jason Mraz, Parachute, Gavin De Graw, Ben Rector and Dave Barnes.
See Similar Artists Matt Wertz is a singer/songwriter from Liberty, Missouri.
Wertz gained a considerable fan base by performing at Young Life camps, after releasing "Somedays", his first album.
“” was written on July 7, 2005, at p.m., while I waited for the phone call that would inevitably be the end of that relationship.
Everything in Between was the first record I released with any kind of organized push behind it.
which spilled over into a fall schedule of touring their hometowns… The days between then and now have been a series of “baby steps” that have somehow afforded me success as an independent artist.
All these things really kicked into gear after the release of Twenty Three Places (2003), the first record I recorded with producer and friend, Ed Cash.
On the heels of the Twenty Three Places release, people started taking notice. I did what I’d always done: I recorded another record on my own and kept touring.
Creative Artists Agency got involved booking my shows. And a bunch of record labels started knocking down my door. Ed and I began working on Everything in Between in February 2005, hitting the studio sporadically whenever I had breaks from the road.
“The Way I Feel” was the first song we approached and it provided the compass for the record, ushering in an energy and musical depth that redirected my career to a new level.
On September 19, 2006, Matt released his third studio album, Everything In Between. With that kind of freedom end encouragement, I did just that—I played sports for the fun of them, made art because I loved to create, and eventually, I wrote and performed music… My love for visual art led me eight hours from home to the University of Illinois, where I studied Industrial Design.
-------------------- An excerpt from the Matt Wertz facebook fan page (as of 12/17/09) Hi. Usually these aren’t written by the artist, at least at this level- but as I was trying to decide who could tell my story the best, I felt like that person was me. As a result of that experience, music became my respite—my escape from the responsibility of class work.