Matt Miskie is a seasoned performer with broad appeal.  His extensive repertoire blends acoustic hits with traditional favorites, a touch of country, familiar classics and some original selections, which are written in a style comparable to the likes of James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Dave Mason, Harry Chapin and Dan Fogelberg.

Performance credits included support concerts for Tom Rush, Tom Chapin, Dave Mason, and others. He tours extensively throughout his home state of Pennsylvania, and has been a featured performer at venues and events from North Carolina to Wisconsin.


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Instrumentation

Vocal/Guitar/Harmonica/Banjo

Repertoire

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Discography

A Bend In The River - 11 original songs relating to family, relationships, adventure and coming of age. CD's available at all live performances, downloads available on iTunes and streaming on Spotify, YouTube Music, Radio Airplay, and numerous other streaming sources.

Mt Gretna Breeze - a new EP of guitar instrumentals currently available at live performances - streaming on this website.

A Change of Season - originally released in 1989 this 12 song collection is rooted in themes of relationships and nature.  Streaming only on this web site.


Upcomming Dates

  • Dec 27
    Bixler's Lodge,  Reading
     
  • Dec 28
    Cornerstone Coffeehouse,  Camp Hill
     
  • Dec 31
    The Inn at Reading,  Wyomissing
     
  • Jan 16
    Javateas,  Ephrata
     
  • Jan 17
    Snitz Creek Brewery,  Lebanon
     

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"Matt Miskie is folk-style performer and songwriter with a rare gift of melody.  His music combines intelligent lyrics with a warm appealing sound that makes for exceptionally enjoyable listening" - George Graham, WVIA FM


"Matt Miskie draws inspiration from the landscape of Pennsylvania for his easy-going melodies.  From kayaking to a spectacular sunset, Miskie's original work reflects the beauty of the state while also celebrating his closest relationships." - Ashley Zywusko, PennLive.com