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Matt Nathanson On Our Culture's Need For Unique Voices

A singer/songwriter whose recordings have charted and been featured on television describes our culture's need for art "that changes the temperature."

In 2012 the San Francisco Chapter hosted singer/songwriter Matt Nathanson for this installment of the Songwriter & Composer Series. His hits such as "Come On Get Higher" have been featured on the soundtracks of TV dramas and he's made numerous talk show appearances with his radio-friendly writing and openhearted style. In this segment, Nathanson speaks to the cultural need for art "that changes the temperature" and how for artists, "The thing that is of actual value in the world is your own unique voice."

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