Matt’s cover of Elton John’s “Take Me to the Pilot”. This was filmed live at Matt’s concert at The Witzend in L.A. last month. Matt is labeling this one as a “bonus” video for his fans. Enjoy everyone!
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Matt’s original song “Always” is currently the featured song on the TalentCraze website. He is asking for help from his fans to help keep the song featured. Here’s what you can do to help.
1) Visit the “Always” video by clicking the link provided.
2) Click the “I’m a Fan!” button.
3) Create an account with TalentCraze.
The more people to do this, the longer TalentCraze will feature the video. The process takes five minutes and you’d really be helping Matt out.
Thanks guys…look out for some exciting new music and announcements from Matt in the coming months.
- Dava. :)
Matt’s latest music video. It’s a beautiful original ballad called “Another World”. Please feel free to share this or any of his videos on social media with your family and friends!
This is a sample of the title track from Elizabeth South’s new album “Dream With Me”. It features Matthew Jordan on vocals. This single as well as Elizabeth’s full length album are available on iTunes now. (Full length album: $9.99. Single: $0.99.)
Hello fellow Tumblrs,
I hope everyone is having a great holiday season so far. I am pleased to announce that as of yesterday I have finished all of my holiday shopping. (My wallet, for one, is very relieved to hear that). I enjoy buying presents for my family and friends, but it can be quite a strain on my finances. The fact that I always find a few little odds and ends for myself in my never-ending search for the perfect gift doesn’t help the old bank account either. That is why I like to get my shopping finished as early as possible; so I can sit back, sip my favorite egg nog, and enjoy this amazing time of year for what it’s supposed to be rather than the greed-fest it seems to be evolving into.
Anyway, I hope you’ve all been enjoying Matt’s latest cover of “I See Fire” from the upcoming film “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” soundtrack. It’s come to my attention recently that the video has been getting some negative attention by way of a You Tube stalker. Apparently, this person has decided to start using multiple accounts in an effort to discredit the cover by leaving several “dislikes” in You Tube’s feedback section. Sadly, this isn’t the first time something like this has happened with one of Matt’s videos. However, the recent changes to You Tube have prompted several of its users to stop using the site. Fortunately, the decrease in users and the consistent negative feedback from this stalker hasn’t effected Matt’s view count in any way. But, he is worried that these two things together could end up hurting the videos reputation. Matt gives us a lot through his music all year long. I can think of no better gift for him this Christmas than to watch this video, “like” it, and share it with your friends. Together, maybe we can drive this stalker away and force him to get a better, more productive hobby. Thanks you guys and Happy Holidays from all of us at The Matthew Jordan Street Team!
Please check out Matt’s latest video cover, (featuring the talents of violinist Ginny Luke.) Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire” as heard in the upcoming film “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.” Like what you hear? Feel free to share this, and any video we post, on your own blog, website, or social media page. Thank you! - Dava (of The Matthew Jordan Street Team.)
The new official banner for the MJST. Design by Marciana Naue courtesy of the Facebook app Bitstrips.
Hey guys, Dava here with an update from the MJST. Yesterday, Matt joined his You Tube buddies Chris Commisso and Matt Bednarsky for another interview with American Veterans Radio. They talked about the making of their latest collaboration video, Billy Joel’s “The Longest Time”. You can listen to the interview by clicking the link below:
If you haven’t heard the cover yet, please listen. You can find it here on this blog. It’s on Facebook, Twitter, You Tube. It’s basically taken over the web at this point, (well, not really. But, it should because it’s just that good.)
Well folks, that’s all I’ve got for now. As always, please continue to listen and share the good tunes. I know Matt would really appreciate it and so would I.