Matt C. White
Born and raised along the banks of the Neuse River in North Carolina, Matt C. White is no stranger to the folklore of the Deep South that animates his songwriting. It's in that landscape his musical style lives -- driven by backwoods Tom Foolery, touched by dark grooves, and mixed with southern soul. On his debut album, "Wallow in the Hollow," White performed, recorded, produced and mixed every track. So every stomp, every clap, and every drunken guitar slide is pure Matt C. White.
Matt C. White followed "Wallow" with "Rose Door," a split EP with Charles Ellsowrth, and a single cover of the traditional blues standard "Alberta." Matt maintains a fairly prolific level of output, in addition to the efforts under his own name he's concurrently active with bands Dead Seconds, Grandpa Jack, and his alter ego, Realizer.