Matthew Sweet is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of his "Girlfriend" album with a tour that features the entire record played from start to finish.
Singer/songwriter Matthew Sweet will spend the fall on the U.S. tour trail promoting his forthcoming new studio effort, "Modern Art." Pop-rocker Matthew Sweet comes out of hiding this fall for a run of dates behind his first studio album of original material in more than four years.
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Listening to Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoff's "Under the Covers, Vol. 1," one particular word kept popping into mind: why? For guitarist/songwriter Matthew Sweet, it evidently wasn't enough to put together last year's critically-acclaimed "The Thorns" with Pete Droge and Shawn Mullins. Even though Hanson was without a record company's financial and promotional support, the photogenic threesome still packed 1,000-person-capacity clubs last year. Drummer Zac Hanson, 19, said he feels fortunate that his band's fans stuck around until it released the album "Underneath" in April. Matthew Sweet plans to embark on a headlining U.S. club tour on Feb. 19 in his native Nebraska, according to tour organizers. The singer-songwriter is touring behind last year’s compilation album “Time Capsule: The Best of Matthew Sweet 99/00” (Volcano). The assembling of Matthew Sweet’s recently released "Time Capsule: The Best of Matthew Sweet 1990-2000" began as a perfunctory contractual obligation. "It was the last thing I owed under contract," he explained. Matthew Sweet will back the release of his forthcoming album "In Reverse" (Volcano) with a month-long club tour that's scheduled to open Oct. 24 in Santa Fe, N.M.