Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Matt Haeck

About: Matt Haeck

Matt Haeck keeps an ear studiously and respectfully trained on those men and women, both living and long dead, who give us our rich heritage of American music. Matt has lived in every major region of America, but he and his music have made their way to Nashville. He comfortably assimilates northern soul, west coast harmonies, east coast pop and Midwest rock into his brand of southern Americana. The stories these places tell combine with influences from Wilco and Stephen Foster to Cormac McCarthy and the Old Testament to form the substance of Matt's songs.

Western States

In January of 2010 Matt released his EP,
Western States. The seven songs on the album explore thoughts of running, loving, losing, and longing. "The EP's lyrical content and musical fluidity make it timeless and make Matt Haeck one of the finest up-and-comers making music these days." (

Late Bloomer

Late Bloomer was recorded in 5 straight days in October, 2014. It was graciously funded by 177 beautiful humans. The songs contained in this album came from a four year struggle through a deep darkness and the light on the other side. I hope these sounds do you some good.


Pair of Sirens, 2008
Western States, 2010
Late Bloomer 2015

Matt Haeck – Official Website
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Matt Haeck – World United Music
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Matt Haeck - Bandcamp
Matt Haeck - Amazon

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