APAP Heads-up: Matt has just been scheduled for a showcase at Cornelia St Cafe on Monday January 13th at 10:15pm. He will also be playing with Henry Butler and Steven Bernstein at Rockwood Jan 11th, and with The EarRegulars on Sun Jan 12th. All details – plus news about gigs with Noam Pikelny, and opening for The Punch Brothers – are all RIGHT HERE.
I was very happy to have been asked to contribute music to this film about a longtime hero. Two original pieces written for the film are included, along with a cut from one of my CDs, and they are featured during some lengthy montages. Plus, the film is totally fabulous. Look for it on DVD early in 2014.
Matt is on NPR all week as the guest on Michael Feinstein’s hour-long show “Song Travels”.Â This is a fun hour of Matt and Michael talking and playing, with Matt singing originals and “sub-standards”, and it’s stream-able right here always and forever.
Matt is interviewed by the ever-inspiring Adam Levy in December’s Acoustic Guitar for the Private Lesson section, and several juicy guitar parts from songs on “Still Runnin’ in The Wilderness” are included – fearlessly and perfectly transcribed by Adam.
Matt at the undisclosed bunker that is Fretboard Journal World Headquarters
While in Seattle, between playing Djangofest NW and his show at The Royal Room, Matt stopped by the offices of The Fretboard Journal (the world’s premier “aren’t guitars totally faboo – I WANT THAT ONE!!” periodical)Â to record a podcast and make a video with publisher Jason Verlinde. The interview herein unearthed the following heretofore classified revelations: (more…)
Matt played on several CDs which were released in the first half of 2012, and this article by Dan Forte highlights his unique role linking three of them. What’s VG? Why Vintage Guitar magazine, of course.
“It’s tempting to describe guitarist and singer Matt Munisteri’s new album ‘Still Runnin Round in The Wilderness” as a sure bet for any year-end best-of lists, but the world has been waiting for at least a generation for such a perfect collection of Robinsonia” – read more of Friedwald’s piece in The Wall Street Journal.