Matt Simons Biography, Age, Net Worth, Early Life, Career, Music

Matt Simons Biography

Matt Simons is an American singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn, New York City. Self-releasing his first EP Living Proof in 2012, he has since gone on to release two full-length albums globally, achieving chart success across Europe, South Africa, and the Americas.

Matt Simons Early Life

Matt was born and brought up in Palo Alto, California. Hailing from a musical family, his grandparents were both opera singers in Los Angeles. Having played the saxophone from an early age, he got a degree in Jazz Saxophone Performance at the Purchase College Conservatory, as well as learning to play on the piano, switching to clarinet, guitar, and the aforementioned saxophone, eventually settling back on piano.

Matt Simons Career

Simons released his first EP Living Proof in 2010 and spent 2011 touring the United States and Europe, including the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands. He usually plays piano and keyboards while singing. He also plays the saxophone, included improvised solos on the track “Fall in Line” and in live performances of “I’m Already Over You”.

Matt released his debut album Pieces on 19 June 2012, “Gone” being his debut single. The 10-track album with 9 being his own compositions was produced by Nashville producer and sound engineer Stephen Goose by David.

Matt Simons
Matt Simons

Simons gained fame in the Netherlands after his rendition of “With You” taken from his album Pieces was picked as one of the theme songs on the Dutch soap television series Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden. The song reached No. 8 on the Dutch Single Top 100 chart and also peaked at No. 8 in the Dutch Top 40 chart. It was also picked as Mega Hit by the Dutch radio station 3FM in January 2013. As a result of the album, Pieces also appeared on the Dutch Albums Top 100 chart.

His greatest commercial success came with “Catch & Release” the title track from his similarly-titled album Catch & Release, released in 2014. Originally it became a hit in the Netherlands and Spain as it appeared on the album, but the song saw even further success when it was remixed in 2015 by Dutch house duo producers Deepend, charting as “Catch & Release (Deepend Remix)” across Europe, reaching number 1 in Spain, Belgium, Germany, and France, as well as reaching gold status Norway, Portugal, France, Canada, South Africa, and Austria, and platinum status in Belgium, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

In 2018, he returned with the single “We Can Do Better”, released April 4, and announced more music and his third album to be released later in the year.

Matt Simons Music

  • Catch and Release- 2007
  • Open Up -2019
  • Amy’s Song- 2019
  • Made It Out Alright- 2019
  • With You- 2012
  • You Can Come Back Home- 2007
  • Champagne Tears- 2019
  • To The Water- 2007
  • Not Falling Apart -2019
  • If I Was Your Man -2019
  • Weight On Me- 2007
  • Miss You More- 2012

Matt Simons Catch And Release

It was released in September 2014 and became a hit in the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, and Belgium.

Deepend remix
The song had much greater success when it was remixed by Dutch house DJ and producer duo Deepend (Bob van Ratingen and Falco van den Aker). This version released on 2 March 2015, was a hit in many European charts, making it to number 1 in Belgium (in both Flanders and Wallonia), Germany and France, as well as number 4 in Austria, and also charting in Switzerland.

Matt Simons We Can Do Better

“We Can Do Better” is a 2018 song by the American singer-songwriter Matt Simons. Co-written by Matt with Dan Romer, Emily Warren, Scott Harris and produced by Dan Romer and Mike Tuccillo, it became a charting hit single in a number of international charts. An official music video was released for the song.

Matt Simons After The Landslide

‘After The Landslide’ is his biggest, most ambitious, most personal record yet. With nods to both Bon Iver, and Springsteen, it’s a record that approaches some of The Big Themes in our lives – love, loss, grief, and the power it takes to get through it all. Matt’s piano-rooted melodies ally themselves to lyrics that speak plainly, sometimes starkly, about important events in his life, and with these he crafts songs that make the personal ‘universal.’

Matt will tour Europe this Summer, including a coveted support slot for Ed Sheeran at Firenze Rocks in Florence. A full US tour will be announced later this year. ‘After The Landslide’ artwork was created by acclaimed Australian Illustrator Karen Lynch.

Matt Simons Age

Simons was born on February 20, 1987.

Matt Simons Wife

He is married to Cassandra Sandberg.

Matt Simons Height

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Matt Simons Net Worth

Simons has an estimated net worth of $550 million.

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