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About Matt Costa

Matt Costa has his crushed dreams of a pro skateboarding career to thank for his start in music. After a leg-shattering skateboarding injury, the Huntington Beach, Calif., native spent 18 months recuperating, playing guitar and writing songs. This period resulted in a four-song demo that No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont got his hands on and liked so much that he started backing Costa, working with him to put together a debut album. EPs from those sessions made their way to Jack Johnson, who signed Costa to his Brushfire Records label. Brushfire released Costa's Songs We Sing in 2006.

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Listen toMatt Costaon Napster

Matt Costa has his crushed dreams of a pro skateboarding career to thank for his start in music. After a leg-shattering skateboarding injury, the Huntington Beach, Calif., native spent 18 months recuperating, playing guitar and writing songs. This period resulted in a four-song demo that No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont got his hands on and liked so much that he started backing Costa, working with him to put together a debut album. EPs from those sessions made their way to Jack Johnson, who signed Costa to his Brushfire Records label. Brushfire released Costa's Songs We Sing in 2006.

About Matt Costa

Matt Costa has his crushed dreams of a pro skateboarding career to thank for his start in music. After a leg-shattering skateboarding injury, the Huntington Beach, Calif., native spent 18 months recuperating, playing guitar and writing songs. This period resulted in a four-song demo that No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont got his hands on and liked so much that he started backing Costa, working with him to put together a debut album. EPs from those sessions made their way to Jack Johnson, who signed Costa to his Brushfire Records label. Brushfire released Costa's Songs We Sing in 2006.

About Matt Costa

Matt Costa has his crushed dreams of a pro skateboarding career to thank for his start in music. After a leg-shattering skateboarding injury, the Huntington Beach, Calif., native spent 18 months recuperating, playing guitar and writing songs. This period resulted in a four-song demo that No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont got his hands on and liked so much that he started backing Costa, working with him to put together a debut album. EPs from those sessions made their way to Jack Johnson, who signed Costa to his Brushfire Records label. Brushfire released Costa's Songs We Sing in 2006.