The grit of a Texas Road House and the soul of Sunday Southern Tent Revival. ” - Chicago Sun Times

The Matt Poss Band has packed a lifetime's worth of memories into the past two decades. Whether playing music at the countless fairs, festivals and rodeos, or at ski resorts, or at after-bar Outlaw MC barn parties, or at smoky pubs in Ireland, or riding around Afghanistan from show to show in a Chinook helicopter, it's been one heck of a ride. And if you ask him, Matt will tell you he feels like they are just getting started.  

MPB's high octane and high energy brand of country-rock can make a 10,000 seat Festival feel as intimate as  your favorite dive bar, and can make your favorite dive bar rock like a 10,000 seat Festival.

Their musical odyssey has led them through nine studio albums, fourteen countries, four continents, three USO Tours, and nearly every state in the Union. They've toured with Blackberry Smoke, Shooter Jennings, and Jason Boland & The Stragglers, and they've shared the stage with Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Chris Knight, Robert Earl Keen, Merle Haggard, Alison Krauss, Cody Jinks, Kid Rock, Hank Jr., Turnpike Troubadours, Toby Keith, REO Speedwagon, Ashley McBryde, Cross Canadian Ragweed, The Departed, Colt Ford, Randy Rogers Band, Sturgill Simpson, Wade Bowen, Todd Snider, Jack Ingram, Pat Green, Dale Watson, Sunny Sweeney, Whitey Morgan, Charlie Daniels, Eric Church, Jamey Johnson, Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band, Jackyl, Lukas Nelson, Luke Bryan, Joe Diffie, and many more. Matt's songs have been covered by Dierks Bentley and Montgomery Gentry, and he has co-writes with Jeffrey Steele, Mac Wiseman, Kendell Marvel, Zack Linley, Jared Ketterman, and Shane McAnally. 

MPB consists of: Singer-songwriter Matt Poss on lead vocals and guitars. On keys, vocals, and guitar, from The Surviving Members fame, singer-songwriter Jeremy Adam. From Dr. Wu and Poprocks fame, on bass is songwriter and guitarist, Sammy Roan. And on drums, from Probably Bob fame, is Rob Rennier, who has been jamming with Matt since the beginning.

Honky Tonk music isn’t dead. It’s just been hiding out in the Midwest with The Matt Poss Band. 

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