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Matthew Perryman Jones

An articulate songwriter using a flexible and gritty tenor tone of voice — a mixture which has drawn evaluations to everyone from Jeff Buckley to Leonard Cohen — Matthew Perryman Jones gets the touch of the poet as well as the narrative reach of a brief story writer, building the very best of his music deeply resonant. Jones started playing out in 1997, debuting at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA, but he shortly relocated to Nashville. In 2000 he released Nowhere Else But Right here accompanied by an EP, For the street, in 2003. Released in 2006, Throwing Punches at night was made by Neilson Hubbard and fulfilled with high vital praise, with music from the established appeared over the soundtracks to the tv screen shows The Hillsides and Eli Rock. Jones re-teamed with Hubbard for Swallow the ocean, that was released in 2008.

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