With Matthew’s mature vocals, range of guitar sounds, and band rocking as tight as ever with solid arrangements, his first CD, "If I Don't Got You" received high marks in the International Blues Competition. “If I Don’t Got You” is one of NPR’s “5 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing” in their Heavy Rotation.  “Blinded By the Darkness” won in the best blues song of the International Songwriting Competition.His second CD “Electric Religion” is already receiving popular and critical acclaim both in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia.   Matthew Curry is a 2013 inductee into the prestigious Brotherhood of the Guitar sponsored by Guitar Center, Ernie Ball, and Fender Guitars and he was featured in the UK’s widely-read Blues Matters.  Matthew was also one of five international finalists in Ampeg’s “Straight-Up Tone” competition. In 2012 "High Water Everywhere" was featured on the House of Blues Radio Hour Emerging Artists.

Matthew’s touring band now includes drummer Tim Kramp, bassist Tim Brickner, and Mike Nellas on keyboards. Former members (Jeff Paxton, Greg Neville) of The Fury continue to write music together. Matthew has played with the greats since the start - jamming regularly with Tommy Castro, Bernard Allison, Bryan Lee, and Ronnie Baker Brooks.

Matthew has played major festivals such as the Mississippi Valley Blues Festival, the Chicago Blues Festival, the King Biscuit Blues Festival, and the Ride Festival in Telluride, CO. Matthew Curry will be playing the BluesFest Byron Bay  and to open for Robben Ford in Australia.  Matthew has opened for Foreigner, and will be touring with the Steve Miller Band across Canada, and through-out the United States with Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers.