Wisbech musician launches mobile phone app to reach out to fans
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A WISBECH musician has come up with an innovative way to help him connect with his fans.
Matt McChlery, 33, has launched his own mobile app for smartphones which includes a selection of his songs and brings his YouTube videos, twitter feed, blog feed, photographs, biography and all upcoming events to your phone.
Matt, a primary school teacher, has been writing and recording songs since the 1990s and has received airplay on numerous UK and international radio stations.
The singer, who moved from Zimbabwe ten years ago and now concentrates on writing Christian music, is excited about the potential of the app.
He said: “I only set it up last week and a few people have downloaded it already.
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“I think it’s quite a useful tool because it integrates your blog feed and Twitter and allows people to listen to your music, watch your YouTube videos and keep up with your schedule.
“It might be big in the future.”
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In 2010, Matt was a semi-finalist in the Rock/Indie category of the UK Songwriting Competition with his song ‘All Around’.
The app is for the Android smartphone and is available as a free download.
It can be downloaded dirctly from Matt’s reverbnation.com profile by scanning a code with your phone on Matt’s blog on www.mattmcchlery.com.