"Thin Blue Line" Is Matt Westin's Tribute To Fallen Police Heroes
The Pittsburgh-based artist and actor will release his first single since 2019. The track was produced by Bryan Cole and features top Nashville musicians.
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"It's a line that's drawn in brotherhood for the ones who protect and serve
Pittsburgh-based country artist Matt Westin first hit the national radar in 2018 with the release of his debut album, Legacy. Produced by music veteran Bryan Cole, the album introduced country fans to the humble baritone voice of the engineer-turned-artist. Westin recorded the album after the death of his father, who had been so supportive of Matt's music. Singles like "Our Redneck of the Woods," "Farm Town" and "You Leave Me No Choice" racked up the streams on Spotify and Youtube, with the latter single amassing over 65K plays. In the meantime, Westin appeared in Billboard Magazine, won 2 International Music and Entertainment Association Awards, and secured his first film role in "116 MacDougal," as Johnny Cash, with former Baywatch star, Donna D'Errico. 2019 saw the release of two more Matt Westin singles, the Top 40 Canadian iTunes hit, "Stomp On" and his biggest streaming hit to date, "Hey Bro," which has over 350K Spotify plays.
Now, Matt Westin is back with his most important release yet. On February 26th, 2021, Matt will release his tribute to the men and women who protect and serve our streets daily, "Thin Blue Line" (MTS Records.) Co-written with Emmy-nominated writer, Joie Scott, the track was produced by Bryan Cole and features Nashville legend, Brent Mason on guitar.
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February 26, 2021 3:13pm ET by MTS Management Group