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Lupe Fiasco collaborator Matthew Santos to perform during Sundance week

Published December 21, 2011 2:40 pm
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GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter, Matthew Santos, who rose to prominence as the melodic voice on Lupe Fiasco's runaway hit, "Superstar," is coming to Park City for the very first time on January 29, during the final days of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

This special performance at The Sky Lodge, presented by thehouse.org, will offer film festival goers a sneak peek at Santos stirring live show before he launches his official tour on February 2.

Santos is hitting the road in support of his brand new solo album "Quickly Disappearing," which will be released in stores and online on January 31. Santos was nominated for "Best Rock Entertainer" for Chicago's 2009 Music Awards and his band is featured as one of the "top ten bands to watch" in Chicago by The Chicago Sun-Times. His full band features Aviva Jaye (vocals, keyboard), Robert Tucker (drums), Graham Burris (bass) and Matt Nelson (keyboard).

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