Podcast #56: Matt Scott – Poets & Saints

Matt ScottLISTEN HERE https://rickleejames.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/episode-56-matt-scott.mp3

Matt Scott’s new album, Poets & Saints,  was recorded live at Mad Oak Studios in Allston, MA. Repurposing hymns from as far back as the 1700s, Matt Scott retells the Redemptive Narrative of the world’s creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. Engineered by Benny Grotto (Aerosmith, Ben Folds), the album is sure to find favor amongst fans of Dylan, Wilco, Ray Lamontagne, and Ryan Adams. With its back porch, Southern-soaked, folk-country twist, this album will cause you to re-imagine the way you experience hymns. Poets & Saints is Matt Scott’s first full-length studio album and is available on iTUNES. Also, be sure to check out the featured documentary for studio footage and the story behind the album. For more information, visit www.the2654project.com.

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