Matthew Schuler

Matthew Schuler was born just twenty minutes outside of Philadelphia in Bucks County Pennsylvania to Pastors Donald and Dawn Schuler. Early on he found he had a deep passion for music and its affect on the people around him. Not only did Matthew sing in his parents church growing up, he started a band and joined various exclusive choirs before starring in theatrical productions in high school that prepped him for a future career in music. Matthew spent two years in college at Bucks County Community College and later West Chester University where his faith and leadership skills were sharpened through extracurricular activities and organizations.

In his second semester at West Chester, Matthew took the first steps towards pursuing his dream as an artist by auditioning for NBC's Emmy award-winning competition reality series The Voice. During Matthew's blind audition he broke the record for the fastest 4-chair turn in The Voice history, which ultimately led to joining team Christina Aguilera. His time on The Voice was hailed by performances of iconic songs from Cosmic Love by Florence and The Machine and Miley Cyrus's Wrecking Ball, One Direction's Story of my Life and most notably his rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah which hit number one on the iTunes Charts and #40 on the Billboard Charts.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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