Matt Maeson: Excellent Songwriter Celebrates Humanity and Struggle

The genre defying sound of songwriter Matt Maeson has been a needed wind of refreshment recently. The Chesapeake Bay troubadour’s newest release, “Beggar’s Song”, is a enthralling performance of all he does so well. His lyrics are on point with an inner examination of the human condition and celebration of man over his habits. His acoustic performance is strong as well, catapulting him in the rare air of the best singer songwriters.

Maeson spent some of his early years touring various prisons with his dad’s ministry to inmates. The lessons and observations of this time only further strengthens his incredible songwriting, ripe with matters of sin and salvation. “I’m a beat down, washed up, son of a bitch, I got one more cigarette and all my money is spent, but I’ll be damned if I let it keep me down” sings the artist. Excellent and relatable, we think this may be his best track in an already impressive catalog of songs. Look for him to continue to impress the masses.

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