Matt Doll

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Matt Doll
Matt Doll
Birth name Matt Thomas
Born Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Genres Electropop, Rock, New Wave, Synthpop, Disco
Occupation(s) Musician,singer-songwriter,producer,dj
Instruments Vocals, guitar,percussion,bass,programming
Years active 1987–present
Labels Future 80's Records
Associated acts The Mavis's, The B-Dolls, The Blow Waves, Video Video, Matt & Beki , The Boxing Tostados, The Tempera Sticks
Website www.facebook.com/TheMattDoll

Matt Doll, is an Australian musician, singer-songwriter and producer. He was the lead vocalist and song writer of the Australian band The Mavis's.[1] and has also fronted several other bands, including The B-Dolls.[2] He currently fronts disco-rock band The Blow Waves and synth-pop trio Video video. In 2005 he co-wrote and supplied the vocals for Sleazy the debut single by Dirty South. He has co-written with many artists including Jane Wiedlin and Charlotte Caffey of The Go-Go's. In 2011 he co-wrote the Jane Badler album Opus with Byron St. John. She also covered his song Volcano boy for the album.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ VREELAND, DELLARAM. "The Mavis's siblings return to perform in Ballarat". The Courier. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Ziffer, Daniel. "Ex-Mavis's sprinkle moondust". The Age. Fairfax. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  3. ^ Xiberras, Paula. "Reptilian Alien to Fairy Princess". tasmaniantimes.com. Retrieved 19 May 2014.