There are several artists with this name:
1) Matthew Wilson from Evansville, IN, USA been performing since the age of five on piano, electronic and pipe organs, and synthesizers. He is an experienced composer and musical arranger who performs regularly both as a solo artist and in groups. All musical styles are familiar; jazz, ragtime, smooth contemporary jazz, classical and sacred music are particularly favored. In addition to his time spent composing and performing, his work experience also includes Music Director for several large churches, Music Director for stage and musical theater productions, teaching assistant in public schools, and much more.
2) Another Matthew Wilson, who also goes by Matthew Wilson-Pickering, is originally from Cedar Falls, IA, USA and was part of the underground scene there during the mid to late 1980s. He was a part of bands Crock Of Dookey, Carpetburns, Violent Love Cowboys, Looney Toonz, Funk Jive Guys and The Glorious Sloshbuckets. He went away to Kansas City, MO, USA where he played bass in Tailchaser before a brief return to Iowa in 1991where, in that summer, he was in the short lived Weird Clouds and Rainbows.
After this, Wilson moved to NYC where he continued to musically in Buddy and Un Cuerpo Exquisito. His most recent material has been with his brother Steve Wilson of No Consensus, A Is Jump and The Beat Strings under the name Colonel Pickering.
3) Matthew Wilson from Boston, MA composes classical and modern pieces on his free time. He has a background in classical piano and has taken various music theory courses throughout his education. Along with playing the piano, he regularly plays the guitar. Some of his main influences for his compositions are theater, film, and video game music. He's 24 years old and works for an online competitive intelligence company based in downtown Boston.
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