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Matt also performed a cover of Cat Stevens's "The Wind" for the album Wake Up Everybody, and ‘I Hope That Something Better Comes Along’ by The Muppets for Muppets: The Green Album.In 2018, Nathanson released an EP with 6 Def Leppard covers entitled ‘Pyromattia’.Matthew Adam Nathanson (born March 28, 1973) is an American singer-songwriter whose work is a blend of folk and rock and roll music.In addition to singing, he plays acoustic (sometimes a 12-string) and electric guitar, and has played both solo and with a full band.Nathanson attended Pitzer College in Claremont, California (majoring in English and world literature).Matt attended the Fessenden School in West Newton, Massachusetts along with his brother, Neal, prior to going to high school at Proctor Academy.Nathanson and his band performed "Come On Get Higher" on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on December 22, 2008.The CW show Privileged featured his song "All We Are", "Family Ties" and Life Unexpected in second-season episode titled "Parents Unemployed".
The members of his band have included Aben Eubanks on guitar, keys, and vocals, who left to join Kelly Clarkson and was later replaced by Aaron Tap. Thomasson left in 2009 to play bass for Little Big Town and continues to play for them today.
His song "Bulletproof Weeks" appeared in the episode "Another Second Chance" of the TV series Private Practice on January 14, 2010.
On February 13, 2009, Nathanson and his band performed "Come On Get Higher" on the Late Show with David Letterman.
They, along with Hall's house band, performed (among other songs) "Car Crash", "Come On Get Higher", "Still", and "All We Are", as well as Hall & Oates classics "Did It in a Minute" and "One on One".
Matt Nathanson's "Come On Get Higher" is featured on the CD "Circle of Friends – Dave FM: Volume 2", an Atlanta-based radio station.
Jason Mc Kenzie was on drums until Fall 2006; Nick Amoroso on two tours from fall 2007 through Winter 2008. Before 2005, Nathanson was often accompanied by cellist Matt Fish.