Nebraska Authors

Matthew Sweet

Born 1964 Lincoln, NE (USA)

American rock singer and musician, Matthew Sweet was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and attended Southeast High School, graduating in 1983.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Athens, GA
Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Music and Audio




Undergraduate Studies, Athens, GA




“150 Notable Nebraskans”, Number 71 on the Journal Star Sesquicentennial List of Significant Nebraskans


Artists Against Racism


Furthermore What. 1983.
Inside. 1986.
Earth. 1989.
Girlfriend. 1991.
Altered Beast. 1993.
100% Fun. 1995.
Blue Sky on Mars. 1997.
In Reverse. 1999.
Time Capsule: Best of 90/00. 2000.
The Complete Recordings. 2002.
To Understand: The Early Recordings of Matthew Sweet. 2002.
Kimi Ga Suki. 2003.
The Thorns. by The Thorns, Matthew Sweet, Pete Droge and Shawn Mullins, 2003.
Living Things. 2004.
Under the Covers, Vol. 1. with Susanna Hoffs, 2006.
Sunshine Lies. 2008.
Under the Covers, Vol. 2. with Susanna Hoffs, 2009.
Modern Art. 2011.
Under the Covers, Vol. 3. with Susanna Hoffs, 2013.
Tomorrow Forever. 2017.
Tomorrow's Daughter. 2018.
Wicked System of Things. 2018.

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