And in case you missed it… Mat Kearney rocked his hit single “Hey Mama” last night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

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Mat Kearney’s new album Young Love is #1 again for the second day running, beating out the unstoppable Adele.  Hot off an incredible live performance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night Mat will be heading out on his enormous headlining US tour this fall, kicking off September 14th in Jacksonville, FL and keeping Mat on the road non-stop until Thanksgiving (for complete list of dates check out  And if that’s not enough – the reviews are in, and Young Love is winning critics over:

“…earnest folk-pop ditties, riding a sunny hip-hop beat…” Entertainment Weekly

“Kearney’s lilting hit Hey Mama, written for his wife of a little more than a year, only scratches the surface of this excellent album from the Nashville singer/songwriter…” – USA Today

“There’s a giddiness to much of Mat Kearney’s Young Love (Universal Republic) that’s infectious.” – Newsday

“…guaranteed to propel you forward…” Marie Claire


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