Shine Right Through the Dark

Matt Watroba

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Matt's first album of all original material!

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  1. 1 The Saint Of Warren Avenue 03:51
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  2. 2 Wild Morning Glory 03:53 Info
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  3. 3 They Used To Play Baseball Here 03:42
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  4. 4 Foolish Pride 03:04
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  5. 5 This Ain't My Town 03:17
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  6. 6 On This Day 02:49
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  7. 7 Billy's Bandana 04:34
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  8. 8 Yellow Lace 03:10
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  9. 9 Knoxville Shadow 03:56
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  10. 10 Lifetime Love 04:10
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  11. 11 Shine Right Through the Dark 03:46
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Although Michigan singer/songwriter/radio host Matt Watroba has been making music his entire life, Shine Right Through the Dark is his first collection of all original material. It took listening to thousands of songs and interviewing hundreds of songwriters for Matt to find his voice and, although a late bloomer, he has hit the ground running as they say. On Shine Right through the Dark you will find 11 well crafted tracks that reflect Matt’s sense of place (The Saint Of Warren Avenue, They Used to Play Baseball Here), his love of country music (This Ain’t My Town Anymore, Knoxville Shadow), and the folk music that defines who he is as a writer and community singer (Shine Right Through the Dark, Yellow Lace, Billy’s Bandana, Lifetime Love). Framed by tasteful acoustic arrangements and illuminated by some of the best vocalists in the business, Shine Right Through the Dark is the kind of CD you will find yourself playing over and over again.

Produced by David Mosher & Matt Watroba

Featuring: David Mosher, Katie Geddes, Theresa Smith & Robert Jones