Matt Borrello is a New England singer-songwriter and guitarist with an extensive repertoire of folk, country, blues, and rock music. Matt began writing songs as a teenager in the small town of Dighton, MA, and soon started playing at local open mics and blues jams. He has now performed up and down the East coast, with occasional travels to LA, Nashville, and the UK. Currently a fixture in the Boston scene, Borrello's shows range from a quiet coffeehouse solo act to a full tilt rock and roll band. He can also be seen in tribute shows for acts like Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones. Matt released his first album "Don't Turn Around" in 2010 and his second "A Dollar & A Kiss" in 2015, with a third on the way in 2022.
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Club Passim – The Vanilla Bean The Narrows Center for the Arts – The Cotuit Center for the Arts -The Natick Center for the Arts – The Somerville Armory – The Rose Garden Coffeehouse – Soule Homestead Summer Concert Series -The Church Street Coffeehouse – World Café Live at the Queen – Burlap and Bean – Mountain Spirit (Asheville, NC) – The Lizard Lounge – The Burren – The Middle East – Toad – The Third Fret Coffehouse – Rick’s Music World – Steve’s Backstage Pass – The Spire
Conferences and Festivals:
Folk Alliance Regional Showcase
Northeast Folk Alliance Conference
Southeast Folk Alliance Conference
Folk Alliance International Conference
Boston Folk Festival
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
Connecticut Folk Festival
New Bedford Folk Festival
Has shared the stage with:
Livingston Taylor, Brooks Williams, John Flynn, JP Cormier, Buddy Mondlock, Don White, Craig Bickhardt, Frank Morey, Kevin So, Michael Troy, Paul Geremia, Pat Donahue, Vic Wotherspoon, Art Tebbetts, Danielle Miraglia, Rick Fetters, Chris O'Brien, Abby Vail, Jay Psaros, Carlin Tripp, Jenee Halstead, Kala Farnham, Ryan Fitzsimmons, Amy Black, Meg Hutchinson, Tripping Lily, Grace Morrison, The Baker Thomas Band, Grain Thief, and his sister Annabel Lee (Sarah Borrello).