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Pat Green Information

Location of Birth: San Antonio, Texas

Interesting Facts: Influences include native Texans like Robert Earl Keen and Jerry Jeff Walker. Received musical interest from mother and father who performed in regional theatres.

Albums Released:
Live At Billy Bob’s (1999)
Three Days (2001)
Here We Go (2001)
Dancehall Dreamer (2001)
George’s Bar (2001)
Wave On Wave (2003)
Lucky Ones (2004)

Notable Singles:
Wave On Wave
Three Days
Songs About Texas
Don’t Break My Heart Again
Take Me Out To A Dancehall

Pat Green, a native Texan and graduate of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, got a bit of a late start in music considering he didn’t begin writing songs until he was 18 and didn’t start playing seriously until his college years. Green started off in dancehalls, bars, and clubs, and his popularity in venues like these has never wavered even after Green became more famous and mainstream. Green is one of the top performers in the live setting and his ability to write songs that almost any fan can relate to has pushed his popularity further and further along. Green caught a break of sorts in 1999 when his live show at Willie Nelson’s July 4 th picnic caught the eye of numerous people. Even without a big-name label and the support that accompany it, Green was able to sell more than 200,000 copies of his work in his first five years. His dedication was apparent to the people at Republic Records and they signed him to a major deal. Since that point, Green has been able to tour on a much grander stage and his work can be heard by more people in more places.



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