Birmingham based Nashville recording artist Matt Bennett has traveled the country playing stages big and small. Matt, from a small town called Kennesaw right out side of Atlanta, Georgia, has been burning up the roads playing his music in cities across the US.
Matt recently played in the Pepsi Southern Original competition and won first place which granted him a spot on the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, one of the largest country music festivals in the south east. Matt opened the festival on the same stage as Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Brett Young and more would later play.
Folks continue to follow Matt's original music with his most recent single "Mustache" reaching a quarter million streams on Spotify. Matt Bennett's unique ability to mix his sense of humor and personality into his original music and his live shows is one of the reasons venues around the country continue to book him year after year.
“Riding the wave of the his song “Mustache”, which recently became the most streamed song of his career in just two months, Bennett found himself on the same stage as Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Brett Young and more. Following a regional contest win, Bennett competed for the Southern Original spot on the lineup of Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam in Panama City, Fla., where he won the competition.”