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Matt Litty, owner of Mauston Furniture & Appliance has been cutting a CD in Nashville as well as performing in Las Vegas & Memphis TN. Matt Litty from Country to Rock, he is known for his pleasurable ear pleasing sound. Matt is no new comer to Nashville Music Row as he recently completed his debut CD at Quad Studio in Nashville TN. The country singer has shared the stage with country singers Johnnie Lee, Doug Stone and Simply J.P. as well as others too profuse to mention. Litty's life dream and passion has been singing and recording his music as a country artist in sharing this dream with the world. Matt Litty resides in the state of Wisconsin, he's a native Wisconsinite who has performed in and around the mid-western states to the hills of Tennessee. Matt Litty celebrated the release of his debut solo album on September 3, 2010, Titled 'Unsung Heroes. The project showcases Matt critically lauded sound that has made him an in-demand performer. Backed by some of Nashville's best musicians, the Stella band brings a radio friendly sound that will surely grab the attention of listeners who won't be able to wait until he comes to town on tour. Matt membership affiliations: CMA, BMI, IFCO. In April 2011, Matt Litty will be in the studio again for the completion of his 2nd CD, which will feature songs written by some of Nashville's Professional Choice Songwriters.

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1) Bluer Than Memphis
2) Unsung Heroes
3) Chippin'away at Out Statue If Liberty
4) Four Left Turns for a Livin'
5) The 13th of July
6) Down Home Country Girl
7) Somewhere Under the Rainbow
8) How to Raise a Perfect Child
9) This Room Is for the Lonely
10) Drivin' Myself to Drinkin
11) This Time I Won't Be Cryin' for You

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