Muse - Undisclosed Desires

Muse - Undisclosed Desires

Muse - Madness

Muse - Madness

Muse - Bliss

Muse - Bliss

  • 06/22 Kraków Poland
  • 06/27 Nijmegen, Nederland Netherlands
  • 07/03 Zurich Switzerland
  • 07/06 Saint-Denis France
  • 07/12 Milano Italy
  • 07/20 Roma Italy
  • 07/26 Madrid Spain
  • 09/08 København S Denmark
  • 09/12 Amsterdam Netherlands
  • 09/15 London United Kingdom
  • 09/27 Rio de Janeiro Brazil
  • 10/03 Ciudad de México Mexico
  • 10/09 São Paulo Brazil
  • 10/13 Santiago Chile
  • 06/27 Werchter Belgium
  • 06/29 Köln Germany
  • 07/05 Saint-Denis France
  • 07/09 Marseille France
  • 07/13 Milano Italy
  • 07/24 Oeiras, Lisboa Portugal
  • 09/07 Bærum Norway
  • 09/10 Berlin Germany
  • 09/14 London United Kingdom
  • 09/17 Birmingham United Kingdom
  • 10/02 Ciudad de México Mexico
  • 10/06 Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Brazil
  • 10/11 Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Argentina
  • 10/15 Lima Peru

Matt's Bio

Matt Bellamy is best known as the guitarist, pianist and songwriter of the alternative rock band Muse. Mathew James Bellamy was born in 1978. His father, George Bellamy was the guitarist in 1960s pop group Tornadoes who had a hit single with Telstar. Matt learned the guitar aged 14 while living in Teignmouth Devon with his grandmother, following his parents divorce. On leaving school, Matt played in some local bands and then met fellow Muse members at Teignmouth Community college in 1994. First calling the band Rocket Baby Dolls they later changed the name to Muse because it sounded more professional. Muse spent the next few years playing and building a fan base before recording their first EP at local Sawmill studios. The second EP, “Muscle Museum EP”attracted more attention and airplay by radio 1 DJ Steve Lamacq. Muse released their first album Showbiz in 1999 and since then have gone on to release a further four more studio albums as well as live albums and compilation sets. Muse has toured the world playing to sell out audiences globally and Matt Bellamy holds the Guinness book of record for smashing the most guitars on tour – his record is 140. Matt Bellamy was voted Guitarist of the decade in 2010 by Total Guitar Magazine and has been ranked 14th in the NME poll “Greatest rock and roll hero of all time”.

Matt Bellamy on Twitter

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