When I was growing up in Kent, England, my life was influenced greatly by music. I used to love listening to old vinyls at home. Performers such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves, and Perry Como have been some of my greatest influences.

There’s something distinctly charming about music from previous generations, especially its love songs. I believe songs about romance and love touch a chord in all of us. They speak of the human yearning to love and be loved in the most idealistic way possible, where everything is perfect. They are a sort of escapism in a way and transport us to that world where romantic love is real, reliable and enriching.

I believe that’s the reason why love songs bring so much enjoyment to people – they usually have lyrics that touch human hearts everywhere combined with lifting, memorable melodies that linger in our memories for years.

Gospel music has also played a tremendous role in my life. I find there’s no better way of expressing my faith than through song.

Eras such as the 1940s 50s and 60s produced some amazing, timeless music. Even though I wasn’t around in those times, I often joke that this is music from my generation! The opportunity to help keep this music alive brings me great joy and satisfaction. 

– Matthew Lombart

Matthew graduated from the University of Kent, England in 2009 with a BSc honours degree in Psychology and in 2010 with a Postgraduate Certificate in Psychotherapy.

In 2008 he was authorised and commissioned as a Volunteer Chaplain for the East Kent Hospitals NHS trust and became the youngest ever volunteer chaplain within East Kent.

In 2004 at age 16 he was the youngest person to complete a lay preacher’s course within his church conference.

Above all, Matthew loves entertaining audiences through music and he continues to give concerts and share his passion for singing with audiences both young and old. He has given concerts and performances in countries such as England, Austria, Holland, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Australia and the USA.

You can find Matthew’s digital albums on all major platforms including Apple Music, Amazon Music and Spotify.