Matt McAtee

Matt McAtee
Nashville Musician and Songwriter

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Originally hailing from Lewiston, Maine, Matt McAtee moved to Nashville to pursue a full-time career in music in the Summer of 2000. Since that time, he has made a name for himself as a go-to first call for some of Music City’s most prominent clients whenever they need live music. Matt has performed with country music artists like Danielle Peck, Gwen Sebastian, Blaine Larsen, and many others. He has played the Grand Ole Opry, and even shared the stage with Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood. His band, The Eventuals, have become a staple of the Nashville live music scene, playing great venues at Opryland Hotel, Omni Hotel, Jeff Ruby’s Steahouse, Sambuca Restaurant, The Wildhorse Saloon, and many others. As a songwriter, Matt has become a regular call for Opryland Hotel and Loews Vanderbilt Hotels to write custom, one-of-a-kind songs for their most important clients and their events.

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