ABOUT MATTHEW SONGMAKER
Matthew Songmaker is a musician who calls the small Northern California town of Red Bluff his home. He is 17 years old. His ethnic background includes Inuit (Eskimo) and he traces his roots back to Alaska. He has opened for country legends Clint Black and Mark Chestnutt.
Among his achievements are winning the hot fiddle and waltz categories at the Western Open. Besides the fiddle he is quite comfortable playing the guitar, mandolin, banjo, standup bass and other instruments. He also sings and has written a lot of his own material. In addition to bluegrass, he plays a variety of Americana music, including country, traditional rock, blues and gospel.
He frequently plays with his band the December Bicyclists, as well as other northwest musicians. Songmaker began performing at the age of 12 and has played venues all over Northern California, Oregon and Nevada.
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