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Matt Slocum (born 27 December 1972) is a cellist, pianist, composer, and a lead guitarist of the rock band Sixpence None The Richer. In 1991, he played guitar with Chris Taylor on a garage - band tape release called A Place To Hide Away. Slocum was the member of Love Coma, a Christian rock band.
In the early 1990's he met vocalist Leigh Nash while attending the same church in New Braunfels, Texas. Slocum and Nash formed Sixpence None The Richer. Slocum and Leigh are the only constant members. He co-wrote, with Nash, the song Nervous In The Light Of Dawn for Nash's debut solo album, Blue On Blue
In 2006, Slocum toured with the band The Choir, playing bass. He has also played guitar with Over The Rhine, and currently, he has played bass in the band Astronaut Pushers.
Slocum played cello in Viva Voce's first album, Hooray For Now.
He has recorded albums by artists Julie Miller, Plumb, Wes King, Switchfoot, Hammock, Lost Dogs, The Choir, Dividing The Plunder, and Brooke Wagener.

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