Matt's Story

     Country music artist and songwriter Matt Rogers is making fans around the world reaching a growing global audience enamored by his raw, country-at-heart/blues-in-his-soul style of music.

      The award-winning songwriter has a stacked tour schedule playing for fans from every state and dozens of foreign countries. Rogers has enjoyed a stage-front seat to the undeniable power of music as a pathway that connects people no matter where they call home.

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      A Georgia native, Rogers comes by his humor and heart naturally. Throughout his career he has created a bond with his listeners through his emotionally gripping lyrics and unmistakable melodies.

     Rogers' self-penned new music reached an even bigger audience in 2021 after signing with Nashville-based Vere Music, with national distribution partner ADA. His debut single, "Fallout," about the painful aftermath of heartbreak, his follow up, the trust-testing "Be Like Him," "Thunderbird," with a message of father/son bonding and deeper lessons, and his recent "Hurt Like You," a searing duet about the intersection of longing and regret are garnering media attention.     

     Rogers has really started to establish himself as one of country music’s newest artists that we need to be keeping an eye on. His rich vocals wrap around lyrics that hold deep emotions and strongly connect with the listener, whether they’re geared towards heartbreak, trust, or in the case of “Thunderbird,” the life lessons we learn from dad and pass down through generations,” offered Today’s Country magazine.

     "I’m drawn to songs that express the granular emotion of a moment,” said Rogers. “They are emotional at their core.”

         Rogers maintains an extensive tour schedule playing venues across the country and sharing the stage with some of country music’s hottest names including Chris Stapleton, Jimmie Allen, Walker Hayes, Clint Black, Clay Walker, Jake Owen, Cole Swindell, LOCASH, Brothers Osborne, Chris Janson, and Michael Ray.

     Known for his energetic stage show, Rogers is equally at home in the writers’ room. When he isn’t on the road, Rogers is writing music with some of Nashville’s best tunesmiths.

     His song, "Coal," has won several songwriting awards from NSAI/CMT, Music City Songstar, American Songwriter, Songwriting University, and Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. He achieved the top award from Music City SongStar for his song, "She Was Everything," as well as a finalist slot in the USA Songwriting Competition. Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI). and CMT selected his song “I Was Raised” for a songwriting achievement award and it went on to be selected by NSAI as a Top 40 song. He is currently an official nominee for the 2022 Josie Music Awards in three categories--Vocalist of the Year (Modern Country-Male); Music Video of the Year (Male), "Hurt Like You"; and Artist of the Year (Modern Country-Male). Only 1% of submissions were selected as nominees.

     Fans and the music industry are taking notice including country music legend TG Sheppard, who opined that Rogers is “the real deal…the total package. A great singer, a great picker, and a great songwriter.”

     Rogers has also received recognition from industry tastemakers including Robert K. Oermann, who selected the title track of Matt’s EP, Richest Place On Earth, for Music Row’s DisCovery Award, praising the cut saying, “Extremely well written and sung with fire and conviction. Play this.” And from songwriter/author and radio personality Devon O’Day, who said, “If you don’t know the name Matt Rogers then you need to write it down. He’s going places.”

     “I’m really excited to reconnect with my fans that have been supporting me for so long and to get the chance to connect with some new fans along the way,” says Matt. “I can’t wait to get on stage and share my new music I’ve worked so hard on with them.”

     “Meeting so many people from all over the globe has given me a deeper understanding of what matters and what moves people,” said Rogers. “The way they respond and the support they provide is a deep well I constantly draw from as a performer and writer. They are the fuel.”