with M. the Heir Apparent
Sun Mar 24
with M. the Heir Apparent
|Age:||Ages 21+ Only|
Matt Nathanson is best known for his earnest, introspective adult alternative songs, but he's also known to fans for live stage banter that borders on standup comedy.Sold Out
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Genre: rock / pop rock
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Based in San Francisco, Matt Nathanson has evolved into one of the most applauded songwriters and engaging performers on the music scene today. His 2007 album, Some Mad Hope, yielded his breakthrough multi-platinum hit "Come on Get Higher.” His 2013 release, Last of The Great Pretenders, debuted at #16 on the Billboard Top 200 while hitting #1 on iTunes' Alternative Albums chart. Nathanson's latest album, Show Me Your Fangs, was hailed as his most adventurous and prolific album to date featuring the songs, "Giants," "Bill Murray" and "Adrenaline.”
This year, Nathanson has announced his new album Sings His Sad Heart will be released on October 5. The album comes off the heels of Nathanson’s Def Leppard approved cover album of their iconic Pyromania called Pyromattia which shot to #1 on iTunes Alternative chart upon its release. Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott called the album “an amazing reinterpretation” with “heart & soul.” Nathanson is currently out as a special guest on O.A.R.’s Just Like Paradise Tour through September 18th.
Nathanson has been featured as a VH1 "You Oughta Know" artist, and has performed on The Howard Stern Show, Ellen, CONAN, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Dancing with the Stars, Rachael Ray, and The CMA Awards to name a few.
M. the Heir Apparent
In 2015, Berkeley, California songwriter Kyle Terrizzi, who had been writing and performing music in the Bay Area as The Plastic Arts since 2009, immersed himself in the I Ching -- an ancient Chinese book of divination and philosophy. The spiritual awakening that followed inspired him to abandon his previous work and launch an entirely new creative life as M. the Heir Apparent.
“It was like a key turning in my brain,” says Terrizzi. “Finding that book felt like encountering my true self for the first time.”
In the few years since, Terrizzi has been on a journey, and he’d like to take you on one too…
With the release of his debut EP as M. the Heir Apparent, Be Free, in 2016, Terrizzi began making the music and videos he felt compelled to create by something the songwriter can’t quite name. Call it mysticism, call it fate. Terrizzi knows this much: the calling is an urgent one, and -- not unlike an ancient touchstone of Eastern philosophy -- it’s much, much bigger than him.
Now, with his new EP, Save Yourself, Terrizzi reflects this renewed sense of purpose through another age-old, sacred object: the pop song. Recorded and produced by frequent collaborator Gawain Mathews, Save Yourself is a self-revelatory record, packed with confessional lyrics; bright, plaintive vocals; and melodies that curl up inside your head and stay for days. But it’s also a manifesto of sorts -- both a look at where Terrizzi has been, and a clear-eyed glimpse into the future.
“It may sound grandiose,” says Terrizzi, “but what I’m honestly striving to do is take the pop song and raise it to the level of high art.
Armed with only his voice and guitar, Terrizzi has shared the stage with artists as dynamic and diverse as Jon Bellion, Cody Simpson, Tennis, Laura Gibson, Matt Pond PA, Holly Miranda, David Ryan Harris, Gracie & Rachel, and many, many, many more.
His latest singe, “Time of War,” was released on MLK Day and is available now everywhere good digital music is sold and streamed.
Terrizzi will also be supporting Matt Nathanson on the west coast leg of his upcoming U.S. tour in March 2019. Tickets and more info available at http://thisismxoxo.com/tour.