The Tallest Man On Earth Announces Concert at The ELM
Swedish singer-songwriter The Tallest Man on Earth will bring his Henry St. Tour to The ELM in Bozeman on September 21, 2023.
Kristian Matsson, professionally known as The Tallest Man On Earth is known for his distinctive raspy voice and intricate guitar playing. He’s released seven full-length albums and four EPs.
The Tallest Man On Earth’s 2008 debut album, Shallow Grave, was listed #47 on Pitchfork’s list of the 50 Best Albums of 2008. His sophomore release, The Wild Hunt, helped him win the Manifest Award in the “singer/songwriter” category and earn the “Best Male Artist” nomination at the Grammis Awards.
His latest album, Too Late for Edelweiss, was released in 2022 and features a collection of covers from artists like The National and Bon Iver. He recently announced that his forthcoming album Henry St. will be released on April 14, 2023. He teased the album with the first single “Every Little Heart.”
Praised for his captivating live performances, The Tallest Man On Earth is going to be a special treat to see inside the intimate setting of The ELM!
PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only (while supplies last) from 10am – 10pm Tuesday, March 7th, 2023. A password will be provided via email after completing the Groove Presale sign up form where it says GET TICKETS below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.
PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Wednesday, March 8th at 9am at The ELM box office, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Reserved balcony loge seating, reserved premium balcony seating, reserved balcony wing seating, and general admission standing room tickets are available. All ages are welcome.
About The Tallest Man On Earth
Kristian Matsson has never remained in one place for very long. Having spent much of the last decade touring around the world as The Tallest Man on Earth, Matsson has captivated audiences using, as The New York Times describes, “every inch of his long guitar cord to roam the stage: darting around, crouching, stretching, hip-twitching, perching briefly and jittering away…Mr. Matsson is a guitar-slinger rooted in folk, and his songs are troubadour ballads at heart.”
Then came 2020, when Matsson left New York City and returned to his farm in Sweden. There, during that quiet, dreary time of isolation, he drowned out his thoughts by manically growing vegetables in his garden. When he tried writing again, during those many months of collective forced solitude, “I just found myself commenting on the darkness,” Matsson says. “I lost my imagination.” Playing live, music and inspiration returned near the end of 2021, and his produce became less of a priority. “When I’m in motion, I can focus on my instinct, have my daydreams again. When I was finally able to tour again, I started writing like a madman.” He eventually had twenty songs he wanted to record in ten days. Continue reading…