"We ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!! We were like a couple of addicts getting our fix. We sat in the living room, cranked up the Martin Logans, held up our drinks and actually sang along like we were a bunch of drunken idiots. We enjoyed every OY and mmmmm. It felt like we were right there on the stools at the piano with you. It couldn't have been any better (well, except for actually being there). You did a great job on the CD, it really captures the mood of your rooms, you did it just right (even the bathroom break was a perfect touch)." Keith and Donna Knodel
MATT YEE’S OUTRAGEOUS ADULT SING ALONG SHOW IS CURRENTLY ON TOUR. Be part of it! Book your holiday and special events at www.mattyee.com
Recent stops included San Francisco (The Rrazz Room) , NYC (The Laurie Beechman Theater on 42nd St.), London (during the Olympics at The Royal Vauxhall and St. James Theater on Palace), & Ultra Suede in West Hollywood among others. Plus Matt’s sailed around the world this year with performances in Asia, the Caribbean, Europe (Med and Baltic), & the Mexican Riviera on some of the biggest ships in the world including Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Sea (the biggest!), Celebrity’s Equinox, and Holland America’s Eurodam.
"Friday night was so very many moons past awesome. It is indeed a matter of empirical record that you were the first performer at the St James Theatre, London's first new theatre for over 30 years. Yet more importantly, however, in theatrical-speak you didn't just play St James: you owned it. Not only did you transfix our guests as 'Yee who shall be obeyed", but even the venue's staff where quizzing us in hushed tones of near-disbelief as to the Show Biz Force Of Nature that they had just witnessed. London is reeling: the two greatest parties on earth and just 48 hours, and a few tube stops, apart." -- Simon Ruddick, head of Albourne Partners, London.
“Utterly infectious. Any shyness you have about singing in public will be wiped out by Yee’s overwhelming tsunami of silliness. You will sing. You will dance. You will make synchronized hand gestures...” Passport Magazine
“The evening’s repertoire is likely to swing frantically from TV theme songs, to Broadway tunes, to pop hits; a maniacal mash up, masterfully orchestrated by a man who makes it all look incredibly offhand and casual. However the rest of your week is going, you can guarantee yourself a big smile this Saturday night..." SF Agenda
"Elton John meets Margaret Cho," as he’s been described in the press, is a fitting description for a guy who logged time as a singer/songwriter, a producer and a "Guerrilla queer piano bar" maven... Edge New York Review.
"He shifts from one outrageous wig to another, wraps himself and members of the audience in boas and waves his magic wand as if to transport them to another place or time in music and in life..."
"Just wanted to let you know you still have a loyal fan in Florida. It reminds me of being back there, and being a cheerleader, and being able to just let go and have fun. My brother and I have been listening to it non- stop for the last week or so. I've told all my crew about it, and my parents are gonna purchase it too. This certainly should remind people of the wonderful time they had at your show." Brent Western