American Idol winner Phillips brings his raspy voice to rock-country hits such as “Home”; Nathanson charms with introspective pop-rock
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Where you’ve seen Phillip Phillips: he was the champion of American Idol’s 11th season
What you’ve heard from him: “Home,” which debuted in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and has since been certified quadruple platinum
Songs you might hear live: his original “Man on the Moon,” “Gone, Gone, Gone,” or a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”
His voice: throaty and rich
His latest album: Behind the Light
How Matt built his fan base: nonstop touring, a surplus of charisma, and sunny songs that practically dare fans not to smile
Evidence of his pop-loving sensibilities and humor: the latest single, “Kinks Shirt,” about digging a girl who digs the Kinks, with a video directed by Bobcat Goldthwait
New record you should check out pre-show: Last of the Great Pretenders
Best Matt Nathanson song to taunt aspiring pilots with: “Come On Get Higher”
Shows that have featured Matt’s tunes: The Vampire Diaries, American Idol, NCIS, and One Tree Hill
What Matt says fans should expect from the show: “new songs, new stories, a white Bengal tiger and confetti cannons” (ok, not the last two)
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