Watch Mat Kearney Perform his Hit Single “Hey Mama” on the Rachael Ray Show!

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Mat Kearney stopped by Rachael Ray December 6th to perform his hit song “Hey Mamma” from his album new Young Love – out now on Universal Republic.

Check out the performance here:

He also recorded a web exclusive of “Nothing Left to Loose”, which you can view here:

No stranger to busking, Mat decided swing by Times Square NYC for an impromptu performance of his next single, “Ships In The Night.”

Check out the performance here:

December 2011 Tour Dates/Radio Shows:

12/8 – WaMu Theater – Seattle, WA

12/9 – Moody Theater – Austin, TX

12/11 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA

12/15 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA

12/30 – Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL

Confirmed Winter 2012 Tour Dates:

1/19 – Lincoln Theater – Raleigh, NC

1/20 – Amos Southend – Charlotte, NC

1/21 – The Handlebar – Greenville, SC

1/23 – Track 29 – Chattanooga, TN

1/25 – Floyd’s Music Store – Tallahassee, FL

1/26 – Ritz Ybor – Tampa, FL

1/27 – Beacham Theatre – Orlando, FL

1/28 – Center Stage – Atlanta, GA

1/30 – Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL

1/31 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA

2/1 – House of Blues – Houston, TX

2/3 – Majestic Theater – Dallas, TX

2/4 – Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK

2/7 – Beaumont Club – Lawrence, KS

2/9 – Black Sheep – Colorado Springs

2/10 – Ogden Theater – Denver, CO

2/11 – Belly Up – Aspen, CO

2/13 – In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT

2/15 – Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA

2/16 – Showbox Market – Seattle, WA

2/17 – Roseland Theatre – Portland, OR

2/18 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR

2/20 – Knitting Factory – Reno, NV

2/22 – Warfield Theatre – San Francisco, CA

2/23 – Music Box Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

2/24 – Access Aliante – Las Vegas, NV

2/25 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA


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