Matt Masters (born March 23, 1976) is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He began his career in 1998. In 2007, two of his songs were featured on the TV program, Rabbit Fall (season 1, episode 5). In June 2008, Masters premiered an original country and western musical titled Don Coyote. It played at the Glenbow Museum in Calgary and the Nuit Blanche Festival in October in Toronto. In April 2009, Masters began to play music at occasional Calgary Flames home games at the Pengrowth Saddledome. Masters toured England and Germany in 2009, and on June 9 he performed at the Canadian Embassy in Turkey. In September 2009, Masters was awarded the Telus Arts Award for Artistic Innovation at the 2009 Mayor's Awards for Business and the Arts in Calgary. In February 2010 Matt Masters and the Gentlemen of the Rodeo toured Germany and Qatar. Matt Masters also performed at the Alberta Pavilion during the Vancouver Olympic Games. In July 2011 Matt Masters released a new record titled All-Western Winners.

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