Matthew Campbell
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Matthew Campbell

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Band Rock Folk


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"New lead joins show"

"Matthew Campbell is a phenomenal instrumentalist, and has a voice that is truly the real thing." - Barrie Examiner

"Jesus Christ Superstars"

Paul Nolan and Matthew Campbell play Jesus and Judas in the production, and truly brought the house down with their voices and stage presence... - Orillia Packet and Times


The Regency Suite (EP)
Scared Septembers (EP)
The Parkhill Days (EP)
No Fixed Address (EP)
Matthew Campbell (Full length debut)



Matthew Campbell began playing music in his early teens in his hometown of Oakville, Ontario.

His roots exist in both musical Theatre as well as the Folk/Rock music scene. He attended Sheridan College graduating in 2002 from the Musical Theatre Performance Program. In his involvement with theatre he has been fortunate to work with The Charlottetown Festival, The Sunshine festival, The Mirvishes, Drayton Entertainment, and Stage West Mississaugua and Calgary, as a singer, actor, instrumentalist, and music director.

He began playing live in college with the group Roadtrips, which was formed by Matthew and his long-time friend and playing partner Ben Birchard, the duo played hundreds of shows throughout Canada. As a musician he had the pleasure of attending Canadian Music Week in 2003 ,and after an impromptu jam session with Jeff Martin of the Tea Party, and Derek Miller (2003 Juno winner), with Matthew on keyboards; he was asked to join Derek and his band in a tribute to Robbie Robertson for his induction into the Canadian Walk of Fame. This was held at Roy Thompson hall in 2003, and allowed Matthew the pleasure of sharing the stage and playing piano and with Sarah Harmer, Tom Cochrane and The Derek Miller Band.

He has played extensively throughout the Toronto music scene as a guitarist, piano bar player, session musician, and singer, since moving to the city in 2002. He has released several EP's over the years (The Regency Suite, Scared Septembers, The Parkhill Days, and No Fixed Address. This year marks the release of his first full-length self-titled independant album, which was released May 5th, 2007.

His style is a mix of many influences in folk, country,roots rock and blues, led by his strong vocal presence and harmonic work. His original music is honest, and distinctly Canadian in feel and roots.