About Matt Resnicoff

On his debut
album The History of Now,

Matt Resnicoff plays bass, keyboards, guitars (of the acoustic, electric, baritone, 12-string, lap-steel and harp varieties), drums, percussion and Indian flute, and sings. Fifteen of the album’s 23 pieces were composed by Resnicoff; the rest were written with producer Mike Keneally, who plays keyboards, drums, bass, tablas, wood flute, percussion and guitar, and sings.

Matt co-produced the GRAMMY-Award-winning album No Substitutions by Larry Carlton and Steve Lukather, and produced acclaimed recordings by Les Paul, Pat Martino, Cassandra Wilson, Dave Tronzo, Kevin Eubanks, Mike Stern, Larry Coryell, Philip deGruy, Michael Hedges and others. He contributed guitar and vocals to Rockonica by former Bowie sound architect Reeves Gabrels, and co-produced and sang on Mike Keneally’s groundbreaking Wooden Smoke.

Before all that happened, he was Senior Editor of Musician, New York Editor of Guitar Player and Executive Editor of Guitar World, and wrote for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, VH1, Jazztimes and others. His liner notes appear in albums by the Who, the Kinks, George Benson, Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck and Allan Holdsworth, among many others.