Matt Dusk

Matt Dusk (born November 19, 1978) is a Canadian jazz musician / vocalist. He currently has two certified gold albums: Two Shots andGood News, and three number one radio hits: “Back in Town,” “All About Me”, and “Good News. In October 2007, the lead single Back In Town reached Number 1 on the Japanese pop radio charts. Matt Dusk is the first male jazz artist in Japanese history to reach Number one on the pop radio charts. This is his second number one hit, the first being ‘All About Me’ also from the record Back In Town which was achieved in Canada in late 2006. In March 2008, Dusk announced the recording of a new album titled Good News. This album was released on October 27, 2009 in Poland and Canada and Holland (2010) and France (2011). The album features a new direction that vocally pays tribute to the style of swing/crooner jazz era (1940s-1960s) however is produced in a contemporary way. The album is a collection of original material and international #1 hits from around the world. In late 2009, Good News was certified ‘gold’ in Poland. In 2009 his track “Feels Good” was released as dance hit single remade and remixed by Toronto Electronic Production duo Stereo Martini. In September 2010, the title track Good News reached #1 on the charts of French radio station Europe 1. In March 2010, Dusk recorded the soundtrack to the TV series Call Me Fitz featuring Jason Priestly. The series began airing in Canada on September 18, 2010 on HBO, followed by world releases soon after. On August 25, 2010, Dusk shot a live DVD concert special for PBS which began to air across America December 2010, and across the world in 2011. The concert was recorded live at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada with a 17 piece big band. The DVD was also released as a double CD/DVD. Dusk is currently working on his latest album which will be released in 2012.

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