Electrics- 52 Fender Telecaster, 50's Custom Fender Stratocaster, 50's Gibson Les Paul

Acoustics- Martin HD 28, Gibson B-25

Amp- Fender Deluxe Reverb

Pedal/Effects- Fractal AX8, Keeley Katana Clean Boost, Keeley Compressor, Wampler Brad Paisley Drive, Wampler Spring Reverb, Ibanez TS-9 Tubescreamer, Mojo Hands Dumble, Boss RC 1, Boss Tremelo, MXR Carbon Copy, Dunlop Original Crybaby, Voodoo Lab Pedal Powers 

Shure & Audio Technica Wireless Systems

Shure Microphones

Mogami Cables

Hercules Stands

Roadrunner and ETA Roadcases


Zac Brown Band

Sam Hunt

Corey Smith

Delbert McClinton

Adam Hood

Chris Posey

Riley Green

Taylor Hicks

Paul McDonald

Blanton Reed

Red Mountain

Hightide Blues

Benjy Davis 

Trey Lewis

Zac Diedrich 

Michael Warren

Cities Played


Birmingham, AL      

Montgomery, AL

Auburn, AL

Tuscaloosa, AL

Muscle Shoals, AL

Leeds, AL

Dadeville, AL

Alexander City, AL

Opelika, AL

Orange Beach, AL

Jacksonville, AL

Fairhope, AL

Gadsden, AL

Anniston, AL

Troy, AL

Huntsville, AL

Mobile, AL

Gulf Shores, AL

Vance, AL

Demopolis, AL

Midland City, AL

Decatur, AL

Denver, CO

Winter Park, CO

Frazer, CO



Destin, FL

Rosemary Beach, FL

Perdido Key, FL

Pensacola, FL

Panama City Beach, FL

Oxford, MS

Starkville, MS

Jackson, MS

Leland, MS

Gulf Port, MS

Biloxi, MS

Atlanta, GA

Athens, GA

Columbus, GA

Hendersonville, GA

New Orleans, LA

Nashville, TN

Manchester, TN

Music has always been a big thing in Matt Smith's Life. Originally from Opelika, Alabama, this singer/songwriter began playing music at a young age. He began playing for live audiences in 2004 and his word-of-mouth fan base began to grow throughout the region. While in college Smith formed a band with country artist Riley Green called Southern Harmony. What began as a small local college band quickly became a sought-after act with a unique sound and style, blending Smith's guitar skills with blend of musical genres. Southern Harmony's First E.P. was released online in 2008 and they continued to play until 2010. The high energy of his performances led to many opportunities for this young musician. Smith has opened and shared the stage with nationally-recognized acts including Zac Brown Band, Sam Hunt, Corey Smith, Delbert McClinton, Adam Hood, Riley Green, Paul McDonald, The Grand Magnolias, Hightide Blues, Taylor Hicks and Rollin In The Hay. 

In 2011, Smith spent the summer out west where he played several shows in Colorado. He later moved to Birmingham, Alabama where he joined the band Red Mountain. The Birmingham band was highly successful and quickly gained a grassroots following throughout the region. Red Mountain was also featured in Birmingham Metro Magazine as one of the top up and coming bands to watch for. Smith played around the Southeast with Red Mountain until the band went on hiatus in 2013. Since then Smith has performed with Blanton Reed, Riley Green, Michael Warren, Chris Posey, Trey Lewis and many others. 

In 2014 Smith released his debut E.P. online in select stores. His originals are a mixture of personal experience and reflection from his life. In 2015 and 2016 Smith continued to play and impressive 100 plus shows a year across the South with various artist and band while working on his newest E.P. titled White Lines & Highway Signs. Smith's new E.P. truly show's his country and southern upbringing. Smith released the E.P. White Lines & Highway Signs in February of 2017 and plans on touring through out the year.