Pittsburgh country music artist and actor, Matt Westin released his new single ‘Hey Bro’ yesterday. It is a country track written by DJ Gleason and Joie Scott, and produced by industry veteran Bryan Cole. The single was released worldwide on MTS Records. The accompanying lyric video features footage of bikers and “bros” hanging out, while paying tribute to military. Michael Stover of MTS has said that it is definitely Matt’s most visually engaging video to date. “In fact, Matt single-handedly and painstakingly selected each frame of footage found in the video. We’re all very excited about it!” he adds.
Westin following the passing of his father, Matt Westin left a successful engineering career to follow his dreams of a life in country music. The decision is surely paying off. His 2018 debut album, “Legacy” earned him the respect and praise of both fans and critics, while yielding 3 radio airplay chart singles. He was named the 2018 International Music and Entertainment Association’s Male Country Artist of the Year, as well as being nominated for several other industry awards. Earlier this year, his single, “Stomp On” reached the iTunes Country Songs chart Top 40.
The artist is surely rising ahead with having appeared in Billboard Magazine, New Music Weekly, and many other publications, as well as having performed on ABC and FOX TV. He is an IMEA Award Winner and a multiple award nominee. Currently, he is portraying Johnny Cash in the upcoming motion picture, 116 MacDougal.