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Podcast: Australian Wedding Masters Series: Matt Bradshaw

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Meet our wedding master of this week, Matt Bradshaw.

Matt Bradshaw is a singer-songwriter producer-performer now living in Melbourne, Australia.

Over the last sixteen years, he has played literally thousands of shows spanning China, the UAE, SE Asia, Europe, the USA and Australia.

In the studio, Matt has ten CD releases to his credit both as a solo artists and with other acts (including two international releases), he has a publishing contract with Sony Asia for songs written in Mandarin, and as a live performer, has appeared on television and stage as a lead and backing vocalist, guitarist, keyboard player, bass player and actor.

He has written film scores [“RockStar”, for Tropfest] and TV show themes [“Get Ace”, a cartoon show with worldwide syndication, just entering its second season], he has worked with a number ex-Australian Idol performers [Dan O’Connor, Matt Chadwick, Guy Sebastian, Ricki-Lee] following their TV appearances, he is currently the Musical Director for Dracula’s Theatre Restaurants [ongoing for more than a decade] and performs live some six-to-eight (or more!) times a week, and in April he completed the orchestrations for an Arena Spectacular version of the movie Hairspray, starring Simon Burke, Christine Anu and Tim Campbell. All this in addition his regular touring commitments, corporate events and of course, weddings.

Matt has worked with and/or as support act for: John Foreman, KISS, Guy Sebastian, Collective Soul, Ricki-Lee, America, Mark Seymour, UB40, Daryl Braithwaite, BoneyM, Jon Stevens, James Brown, Matt Hetherington, Limahl, INXS, Creed and Human Nature to name but a few.

Of all the events of which Matt is a part, weddings are his favourite, and to get to be a fundamental part of a couple’s most special of days is an honour he doesn’t take lightly. The planning of a wedding can be a high-pressure affair, but with his personable style, attention to detail and wealth of experience, you can be assured that once you’ve enlisted Matt’s services, there is nothing you need worry about. Except perhaps your speeches. :-)

“Hi Matt, thanks so much again for helping make our day so very special. Leanne and I had a great day and the feedback we have had has been amazing including how much everyone enjoyed your music. The day turned out exactly as we had hoped and if were to it again we would not change a thing. Awesome job thanks!” – Leanne and Peter Van Summeren – wedding @ Patterson River Country Club 2016.

“We are so excited that you guys have gone to such great lengths to get here. We really really appreciate it so much. Thank you so much, you absolutely made our night.” – Lauren and Nick Avery – wedding @ St Helens, Tasmania 2016.

Check out his Agency at: Space Between Notes

Check out his website at: Matt Bradshaw

Find him on Facebook at: MattyBBradshaw

Email: management@mattbradshaw.com

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May 11 2016 · 1hr
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Ep. 7 - w/ Matt Bradshaw - Sugar Coated Sads

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Micah and Amanda welcome guest Matt Bradshaw this week to discuss our theme: Pretty Little Sads. Have some mac and cheese, hug a stuffed animal and lean in close as we play songs with lyrics that come from very dark places.

Playlist: I Dont Like Mondays by The Boomtown Rats, Diddy Doo Wop (I Hear The Voices) by Hall and Oates, Weile Waila by The Dubliners, All Alone in an Empty House by Lost in the Trees, I Was Born A Unicorn by The Unicorns, Blue Dress by Depeche Mode, Excitable Boy by Warren Zevon, Gigantic by The Pixies, Art Lover by The Kinks, Down From Dover by Dolly Parton, Agoraphobia by Deerhunter, Birthday by The Sugarcubes, Busted by Ray Charles, Its Over by Roy Orbison.

Mar 30 2016 ·
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The Old Man and His Grandson - read by Matt Bradshaw

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An old man could not eat neatly, so his son and daughter-in-law made him eat by the stove and, when he broke his bowl, bought him a cheap one. His four-year-old grandson played with wood and said that he was making a trough for his parents to eat from when they were old. After that, they let him eat at the table and did not complain about the spill.

Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Old_Man_and_his_Grandson
Jan 09 2012 · 1min
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The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage - read by Matt Bradshaw

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Once upon a time, the Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage lived happily together. The Bird brings home wood from the forest; the Mouse delivers water, makes the cooking fire, lays the table; and the Sausage cooks.
One day, the Bird has a chat with some other birds. They make fun of the Bird, saying that it was doing all the work. The next day, the Bird suggests that they switch roles and refuses to go to the forest. The Mouse and the Sausage oppose the idea at first, but in the end, they give in. The Bird now is responsible for bringing home the water, the Mouse cooks, and the Sausage goes to the forest to collect wood.
The Sausage leaves to gather wood in the forest early in the morning but does not come home again. The Bird gets worried and starts looking for it. Soon, it finds a dog, who has attacked and eaten the Sausage. The Bird is going to accuse the dog, but the dog lies and says that the Sausage was carrying a lot of forged letters with him, and therefore it needs to be punished. The Bird cannot argue, so it goes home and tells the Mouse what has happened. They decide to do their best together from now on.

The Mouse starts to cook. It imitates the Sausage, rolling himself in the pot to mix and season the food. However, the Mouse cannot stand the heat and dies. The Bird comes home from the forest. It panics as it cannot find the Mouse and starts throwing the wood here and there. It yells and searches, but suddenly the wood catches fire. In order to put out the fire, the Bird goes to the well to get some water. It falls into the well after dropping the bucket. The Bird cannot get back out and drowns.

Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mouse,_the_Bird,_and_the_Sausage
Jan 09 2012 · 3mins
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Fundevogel (Foundling-Bird) - read by Matt Bradshaw

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A forester found a baby in a bird's nest and brought him back to be raised with his daughter Lenchen. They called the child Fundevogel or Foundling-Bird, and he and Lenchen loved each other.
One day Lenchen saw the cook carrying many buckets of water to the house and asked what she was doing. The cook told her that the next day, she would boil Fundevogel in it. Lenchen went and told Fundevogel, and they fled.

The cook, afraid of what the forester would say about his lost daughter, sent servants after them. Fundevogel transformed into a rosebush and Lenchen a rose on it, and the servants went back empty-handed. When they told the cook they had seen nothing but the rosebush and the rose, she scolded them for not bringing back the rose. They went again, and Fundevogel became a church, and Lenchen a chandelier in it. They returned and told the cook what they had seen, and she scolded them for not bringing back the chandelier.

The cook set out herself. Fundevogel turned into a pond and Lenchen a duck on it. The cook knelt down to drink up the pool, but Lenchen caught her head and drew her into the pond to drown.
The children went safely home again.

Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foundling-Bird
Jan 09 2012 · 4mins