SCENES Unveils Lunchtime Concert Series on FaceBook Live

Mat Teofilo (Songsbury) gives impassioned performance of three of his songs from his latest EP Songsbury on FaceBook Live. Watch recorded version here.

SCENES Media introduced SCENES Live Sessions on January 27–a new lunchtime concert series broadcasted live through SCENES Facebook page on Fridays at at 12 noon.  Songsbury was the first featured artist.

Mat Teofilo (Songsbury), an award-winning singer, pianist, songwriter and composer, performed three songs from his latest EP also titled Songsbury. And while the concert was well-received, we know many of of readers and followers couldn’t tune-in for the live lunchtime concert. If you missed the concert played live, we invite you to watch it here.

Mat is a Toronto-based recording artist, producer and film composer. He has worked with some of the greats in the music industry including Madonna, Miley Cyrus and Diplo. He is an artist who is constantly growing and looking ahead.  Mat is already creating and shaping the sound of tomorrow with his soulful blend of diverse musical tastes and experiences. Every performance brings audiences on a journey that is unlike any other, connecting them on a level that is beyond mere entertainment.

John Sharpe wrote in Scene Magazine (London), said Songsbury is the ultimate one-man project. Not only did Teofolo write all of the tunes on the EP, he also produced, mixed, mastered all the songs as well. He said, “Songsbury showcases Teofolo’s light, airy voice and his knack for writing hook-filled pop tunes.”

The last song on the EP (Last Goodbye) is a hauntingly beautiful song that breaks your heart. It features guitarist Robert DiBartolomeo. Mat’s EP is made up of six tracks and available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, YouTube.

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