Canadian music legend Matt Andersen is coming to Main Street Crossing March 5

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 02/26/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Powerhouse vocalist Matt Andersen will bring his soulful live show to Main Street Crossing in Tomball on March 5. After numerous sold-out shows in his native Canada and captivating performances on the Sandy Beaches Cruise, acclaimed folk and blues singer-songwriter Andersen is touring the U.S. this winter and spring to perform from his latest album, The Big Bottle of Joy. Andersen will be joined by fellow Canadian and acclaimed folk artist Old Man Luedecke on the run.

The Big Bottle Of Joy is a collection of 12 exhilarating songs that pulse with blues, rock, Americana, and gospel energy. It is currently nominated for Blues Album of the Year at the 2024 Juno Awards. Andersen’s masterful vocals are at their best, striking the perfect balance of unbridled power and soulful quietness. The album has earned raves for the accomplished musician and lyricist.

This latest album has brought some strong accolades from the industry. “On studio release number 10, Andersen delivers a dozen examples of why he is one of the most talented and distinctive singers in his roots-oriented genre,” wrote American Songwriter. “Adding an important chapter to Matt Andersen’s career, The Big Bottle Of Joy lives up to its title and delivers a top-notch set drenched in inspired songwriting and heartfelt performances,” agreed Blues Rock Review.

Andersen has earned every fan through years of touring across the globe, from small dimly lit clubs to majestic theaters and major festivals, delivering soulful performances that run the gamut from intimate to wall-shaking. He has amassed over 28 million streams on Spotify and over 26 million views on YouTube.

Andersen nabbed the 2013 and 2016 European Blues Awards for Best Solo/Acoustic Act, was the first ever Canadian to take home top honors in the solo category at the 2010 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, won the CIMA Road Gold award in 2015, and has won multiple Maple Blues Awards.

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