She’s a real smooth Pinot Noir, mixed with a little dirt, an ice cube, and stirred up real hard!
Re Mattei is a music scholar, global entertainer and guitar player. She launched her successful music career as the lead guitar player for the all female top-40 band The Uptown Girls. Redirecting her concentrations toward her own independent recordings, Re is poised to introduce her unique brand of musical talents as songwriter, composer, and instrumentalist. The “must-see” entertainer, who has toured the world playing in Japan, the Phillipines, Singapore, and Hawaii, celebrates a new single and EP to be released this summer.
“Mattei breaks into some of the most original lead breaks I’ve heard.” – Terry Clark, Monadnock Shopper News
Feels Like It’s Gonna Rain is one of the few songs that I have recorded that I did not write. The first time I heard it tears rolled down my eyes. It was like it was written for me. It charted on the Country Music Row Breakout Charts. One of the co-writers is the very talented Carrie Underwood!
Bump Bump Bump is a true story about how music helped me to survive through a very difficult relationship and break up. It was my first single to chart on the Country Music Row Breakout Charts. I believe music has the power to heal us. Music has aways been my medicine…I hope my music can be your medicine!
Re's Sizzle Reel
“She launched into her set with passion and full joy, encouraging those in the audience to join her in an exciting hour of musical bliss. She engaged me instantly, and I couldn’t help but nod my head along to fun songs like Country Love and Try To Break My Heart. If you are a fan of Tammy Wynette and Johnny Rodriguez, I strongly encourage seeking out Re Mattei’s music” – The 99 Cent Bin
PERFORMANCE-Tribute to The Judds
PERFORMANCE-Morning Source-Franklin, TN
Re has played at many venues and festivals, some of which include The Bluebird Cafe(Nashville, TN), The Opryland Hotel (Nashville, TN), Twitty City (Nashville, TN), TN State Fair, The Row (Nashville, TN), and the Thousand Islands Winery (Alexandria Bay, NY). She has played for the military in Japan, The Philippines, and Hawaii and has appeared in numerous press and TV shows, some of which include Music Row Magazine, The Tennessean, Country Aircheck, The 99 Cent Bin, The Palm Beach Post, The Macomb Daily, The Centre Daily Times (CDTV), Plant City Tribune, The Southeast Entertainer (Jacksonville, FL), Toronto Sun, Toronto Star, Monadnock Shopper News, and the TV shows To Be A Star and The Country Boy Eddie Show. She also starred in the Indie short A Silent Affair (A Memphis Film Festival award winner).