Mat Kearney Soars High:

Serenades Passengers on Southwest Airlines

Mat Kearney, no stranger to packed houses, recently crossed one item off his bucket list – to perform on a full airplane. On a recent Southwest Airlines flight last week, fans were treated to an impromptu performance by Mat Kearney. Mat reflected on the performance, “I’ve always actually wanted to pick up my guitar in the middle of a flight and just walk down the aisle and play songs, but this is the first time I’ve ever actually gotten the chance to do it.” Check out the video of him performing “Nothing Left To Lose” below.

View Mat’s Performance Here.

Mat Kearney is currently on a nation-wide tour, in support of his fourth-album Young Love. Be sure to catch him on one of the remaining tour dates:

October           27th Crocodile Rock            Allentown, PA

28th Webster Hall   New York, NY

29th TLA                              Philadelphia, PA

30th Northern Lights           Albany, NY

November        1st Pearl Street                 Northampton, MA

2nd Toad’s Place                New Haven, CT

4th House of Blues            Boston, MA

5th The State                     Portland, ME

6th Higher Ground Burlington, VT

8th Petite                           Montreal, QC

9th Opera House   Toronto, ON

11th Town Ballroom            Buffalo, NY

12th Rex Theater                 Pittsburgh, PA

13th St. Andrews                 Detroit, MI

15th Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH

17th House of Blues            Chicago, IL

18th House of Blues           Chicago, IL

19th Capital Theater           Madison, WI
20th First Avenue                Minneapolis, MN

Links

http://www.matkearney.com

http://www.facebook.com/matkearney

http://www.myspace.com/matkearney

http://twitter.com/matkearney

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