Leader of the Band 

Musician Matthew E. White is leading the biggest potential breakthrough in Richmond's youthful creative renaissance.

He's long been a leader but never a frontman. Playing with the raucous little big band Fight the Big Bull, Matthew E. White is the quiet center of the musical storm. He seldom faces the crowd, instead concentrating on the musicians…

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