LARRY J. HALL'S MUSICAL MATTHEW LAWRENCE TRIBUTE PAGE
Matthew's music stopped for a while, but in 1994, a bluff card was played, Super Human Samurai Syber Squad.
This series was a true disappointment >because Matt never got to show his musical talents. As they >would do on The Price Is Right:
In 1995, Joey had some original plans for his 2nd album with Impact. He wanted to write more songs, include songs from Prince For a Day. He also wanted his brothers involved. Andy's cut would've been him doing his Jim Carrey Mask impersonation, while Matt would've played the guitar & sing a solo song.
Unfortunately Impact Records disagreed with all of Joey's ideas that he had to wait 2 years later with Curb records. Andy never got to do his cut & Matt didn't get to play the guitar and sing solo. But he was a background vocalist. Another bomb dropped on me!
In the WB season of Brotherly Love, another disappointment happened in this episode:
Joe got to sing a little, Andy did his impersonation of a chicken & Matt, he's so shy, he ended up looking outside the candy store window!
(AUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!)* (*Classic Concentration's losing horns)
However, BL episode #34 turned out to be "Miracle on 34th Street".
It was this episode that justice was served! Matt overcame his shyness & FINALLY got to play the guitar & sing!
There's a Pigeon on Your Car!
Click below to hear part 1 & 2 of Matt's performance!
Girls screamed over that & it gets The Price Is Right's
Woo woo woo woo woo!
Noel, Louie, the Peas! Noel, Louie, the Peas!
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