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Bluegrass Bass Artist Matt Wallace Releases New Album

For a SeasonKnoxvile, TN -- Pinecastle Records is proud to announce today’s new album release, For a Season, by Matt Wallace. The first single release, “Old Man Winter” has certainly been receiving airplay from radio stations around the country and is such a timely tune for the harsh winter many have seen this year. The full album has now been sent to radio stations and is also available to radio via www.AirPlayDirect.com.

Matt was joined on For a Season by Paul Brewster, Jesse Gregory, Wayne Taylor and Jerry Cole. The album is available for purchase at iTunes, Amazon, www.Pinecastlemusic.com, www.mattwallacemusic.com and more locations.

Matt Wallace grew up in Knoxville and still makes his home there. After playing collegiate baseball, he began pursuing his passion for music and has certainly had an impressive career making his Grand Ole Opry debut in 2012 performing with the legendary Jesse McReynolds. Through the years, he has toured with some of the best in bluegrass including most recently Newton & Thomas and appearing on their current Pinecastle Records’ album, “Reborn.” He has also performed with David Parmley and Continental Divide, Audie Blaylock and Redline, Pine Mountain Railroad, and Paul Williams and The Victory Trio. Matt can be seen this year touring with Terry Baucom. He stays in high-demand as a fill-in and session bass player.

Wallace is a young, up and coming musician in the bluegrass world. He is currently the bassist for Pinecastle artists Mark Newton and Steve Thomas, and is currently playing tour dates with Terry Baucom as well. He lives in his boyhood hometown of Knoxville, TN, where he started playing bass at the age of ten. After playing collegiate baseball, he began pursuing his passion for music. He has toured with some of the best in bluegrass including David Parmley and Continental Divide, Audie Blaylock and Redline, Pine Mountain Railroad, and Paul Williams and The Victory Trio. Wallace made his Grand Ole Opry debut in 2012 performing with the legendary Jesse McReynolds. When not on tour he stays in high demand as a fill-in and session bass player.

On For a Season, Matt Wallace shows off not only his bass playing and vocal talents but his producing skills as well. He sings lead on five tracks and brings in a few friends for the remainder of the tracks including Jesse Gregory, Jerry Cole, Paul Brewster, and Wayne Taylor. The first single released to radio from the album, “Old Man Winter,” has Matt Wallace as lead vocalist. Where style is concerned, Wallace sticks solidly within the bluegrass genre throughout the album while featuring Jesse Gregory on a cover of the Norah Jones/Dolly Parton hit, “Creepin’ In,” and Paul Brewster on a cover of Neil Diamond’s “Long Gone.” Writers of the remainder of the tracks are mostly from within the bluegrass community and Wallace even shows his gospel side singing the tune, “I Want to Know More About My Lord.” Wallace represents a bright and talented future for bluegrass and he proves himself with this album not only as a performer but a producer as well.

Matt is sponsored by Genz-Benz, TKL World Class Cases, NS Design, D’Addario Strings, Peterson Tuners, and Holmes Bass Violins. For more information on Matt’s new album, please visit www.mattwallacemusic.com and www.pinecastlemusic.com., Matt Wallace shows off not only his bass playing and vocal talents but his producing skills as well. He sings lead on five tracks and brings in a few friends for the remainder of the tracks including Jesse Gregory, Jerry Cole, Paul Brewster, and Wayne Taylor. The first single released to radio from the album, “Old Man Winter,” has Matt Wallace as lead vocalist. Where style is concerned, Wallace sticks solidly within the bluegrass genre throughout the album while featuring Jesse Gregory on a cover of the Norah Jones/Dolly Parton hit, “Creepin’ In,” and Paul Brewster on a cover of Neil Diamond’s “Long Gone.” Writers of the remainder of the tracks are mostly from within the bluegrass community and Wallace even shows his gospel side singing the tune, “I Want to Know More About My Lord.” Wallace represents a bright and talented future for bluegrass and he proves himself with this album not only as a performer but a producer as well.

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