Updated August 2014
MATT BREEN – 19 year old singer songwriter , multi instrumentalist , actor – a charismatic & energetic performer
19 year old multi instrumentalist, singer-songwriter-musician Matt has been writing and performing music since an early age. Immensely proud of his Liverpool heritage, and, as many musicians before him, follows the hard working northern UK ethic. Matt’s talent, outgoing personality and infectious cheeky charm wins over his audiences effortlessly. Matt is an accomplished songwriter and a mesmerising, energetic solo performer, keeping his audiences interest with a range of up beat covers from the 1950s to present day , timeless classics and original songs from his own expanding repertoire, and also was front man of the award winning indie rock band ‘The Endings’. Bringing indie, pop and rock together! A popular regular on the Liverpool, Wirral , Merseyside and Chester UK gig circuit, including regular appearances at the world famous Cavern Club in Liverpool. In 2014 he toured in Queensland Australia and by request returning again in 2015 to both tour and record his debut album. Matt’s ever expanding CV is now also complemented by his role as ‘George Harrison’ in the hit show ‘Lennon’, which received 5 star reviews from the critics. This acting debut gave Matt licence to further show off his guitar prowess, play his since childhood hero and favourite Beatle George, and to also perform alongside, and sing solo with Cast and The La’s John Power.
In 2014, Matt went on a mini tour of Australia . The success of which has led to him being invited back there again for 2015.
“Matt Breen offers strong support and effortless guitar licks as George Harrison” 5 STARS Liverpool Daily Post
“It is Fantastic, Brilliant and Unmissable” Mersey Magazine
“The sublime Matt Breen as George Harrison” 9/10 Liverpool Sound & Vision
“The cast received a well deserved standing ovation and the audience was sprinkled with famous local faces including Gary Christian, Eithnie Brown, Ned from Rain and Michael Starke who I overheard at the bar saying “these kids are brilliant!” (the Young Beatles I presume).
“All in all Lennon was an absolute joy to watch, fantastic.” Liverpool Live