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DE125 Matt O'Ree | The Boss and Bon Jovi, Matt Keeps Good Company!
Published December 21, 2016
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    Welcome back to dHarmic Evolution podcast with me, James Kevin O’Connor, singer/songwriter, audio/video artist, and master storyteller. Today we’re joined by New Jersey’s own Matt O’Ree!
     
    Matt O’Ree is a cool dude with some cool stories. He’s mastered playing blues guitar and is passing along his knowledge to students, and even a bit to us! Matt shows us why he IS the champ, sharing his experiences with gear, guts, and glory. His riffs are epic, his voice soars, and not many people can say they sang alongside The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen!
     
    A winner of a Guitar Center contest involving 4,000 guitarists, Matt proves he’s the real deal with his rockin’ and rollin’ tunes on this awesome episode of dHarmic Evolution!
     
    On this episode:
    -Matt shares the amazing events that led him to work with Bruce Springsteen!
    -Matt tells us about teaching guitar… and the amazing clients he’s had!
    -Future goals abound for Matt and his band!
    -The writing process of a guitar master!
     
    Matt O’Ree songs featured:
    -Black Boots (feat. Bruce Springsteen)
    -My Everything Is You
    -Life
    -It’s Gonna Be Alright

     

    Matt O’Ree songs featured:

    -Black Boots

    -My Everything Is You

    -Life

    -It’s Gonna Be Alright

     

    Follow Matt O’Ree

    Website:          http://www.mattoree.com

    Facebook:       www.facebook.com/MattOReeBand

    Twitter:            www.twitter.com/MattOreeBand

    Instagram:       www.instagram.com/mattoreeband

    YouTube:        www.youtube.com/user/MOBontv

     

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