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lives up to the hype

I'm a huge Matt Morrison fan and I couldn't be happier with his debut album....I agree with the previous review that it does have a few 'broadway' influence to some of the tracks, but that was to be expected with Matt's musical theatre background...there are however poppy tracks on there too. I could really see 'Hey' being released as a single, it's very mainstream pop/ radio friendly. Awesome album!! :)

Is it this album that

Perhaps I'm missing something, but is this review for the correct album???

wrong album review

the album review at the top is wrong, and they got his name wrong it's Matthew Morrison NOT Garrison

Biography

Born: 30 October 1978 in Fort Ord, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although a Broadway actor since the age of 19, Matthew Morrison made a bigger splash on TV, where he began playing the role of Mr. Shuester — the well-meaning music teacher and adult star of Glee — in 2009. The show required its cast to sing and dance, two skills Morrison had sharpened during his time as a stage actor. A California native, he began performing in school plays and theater camp productions before relocating to New York, where he enrolled at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts....
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  • $18.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Jazz
  • Released: 01 January 2011

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