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Tx local Pat Green got his begin in nation music while still attending university within the mid-’90s. As an adolescent, Green experienced quickly taken up to the noises of many Lone Star Condition performers: Robert Earl Eager, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Willie Nelson. He began writing tunes at age group 18 while their studies at Tx Technology, and was keen and earnest to create something even more happen with music. After convincing his parents to mortgage him some cash, Green documented the recording Dancehall Dreamer and individually released it in 1998, just like he was learning to be a sizzling performer on the neighborhood bar picture. A year later on, he wowed an target audience of 2,000 people at Willie Nelson’s 4th of July picnic, which magnetic event was captured for his second recording, Live at Billy Bob’s Tx. Green continued to create and record because the 2000s dawned, liberating KEEP ON in 2000 as well as the addresses recording Tunes We Want We’d Written twelve months later (the second option was documented and co-billed with Cory Morrow). In only a few brief years, Green experienced offered over 200,000 copies without major-label support. Republic was therefore impressed along with his grassroots strategy which they authorized him to some offer, and quickly released Three Times prior to the end of 2001. The recording marked his 1st Top Ten nation showing, sparked by way of a pair of Best 40 singles, “KEEP ON” as well as the name track. 2 yrs later, Green became a member of maker Don Gehman (Hootie & the Blowfish, R.E.M., Nanci Griffith) for Influx on Influx; the name track reached the united states Top Ten, as well as the record performed much better than some of his prior releases. Simply 15 months afterwards, Green was back again with Lucky Types, which also bettered its predecessors, because of strike singles in “Don’t Break My Center Once again,” “SOMEWHERE WITHIN Tx and Mexico,” and “Baby Doll.” In 2006, following a proceed to RCA imprint BNA, Cannonball was released, accompanied by What I’m For in ’09 2009, which discovered Green dealing with manufacturer Dann Huff. Both albums performed well, although neither outperformed the silver qualification of 2003’s Influx on Influx. He revisited a few of his songs and songwriters for 2012’s Music We Desire We’d Created, Vol 2, a sequel to his 2001 record; it had been released by observed bluegrass label Glucose Hill, as Green came back towards the ranks from the independents. He documented his next record by himself dime, and after completing the task, shopped it around to brands; he struck a cope with Relativity Entertainment, and House premiered in August 2015. Featuring visitor places from Lyle Lovett, Delbert McClinton, and Sheryl Crow, House showed Green’s followers were as faithful as ever; the recording peaked at quantity five within the U.S. nation charts.

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Full Name Pat Green
Profession Singer-songwriter
Education Vanguard College Preparatory School, Texas Tech University
Nationality American
Spouse Kori Green
Children Rainey Green, Kellison Patrick Green
Parents Craven Earl Green, Patricia Burgess
Siblings William Clark Green
Music Songs Wave on Wave, Songs About Texas, Take Me Out to a Dancehall, Dixie Lullaby, Feels Just Like It Should, Texas on My Mind, Don't Break My Heart Again, Southbound 35, Girls From Texas, Carry On, Threadbare Gypsy Soul, Somewhere Between Texas and Mexico, Baby Doll, Way Back Texas, Galleywinter, Dancehall Dreamer, Guy Like Me, John Wayne and Jesus, If I Had a Million, Three Days, Ruby's Two Sad Daughters, Country Star, Louisiana Song, 1-900 Lover, All Just To Get To You, Ballad of Arkansas Dave Rudebaugh, All the Good Things Fade Away, Drinkin' Days, We've All Got Our Reasons, Adios Days, While I Was Away, Streets Of Galilee
Albums Songs We Wish We'd Written, Cannonball, Songs We Wish We'd Written II, What I'm For, Lucky Ones, Three Days, Carry On, Live at Billy Bob's Texas, George's Bar, Wave on Wave, Dancehall Dreamer, Here We Go, Home, Pat Green at His Greatest
Nominations Grammy Award for Best Country Song, Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, Academy of Country Music Award for New Artist of the Year

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1 Children: son Kellison Patrick Green and daughter Rainey Green (b. June 2006).
2 He is a singer/songwriter.
3 Ray Benson of Asleep At The Wheel and Willie Nelson sing with him on his song "Elvis" which was released on his 2003 album "Wave On Wave".
4 He was a notable performer on the Texas music scene before getting his break in Nashville.
5 He has numerous albums released on an independent label. His first mainstream album was 2000's Carry On.
6 Grew up in Waco, Texas



GCB 2012 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Flicka 2006 performer: "Texas in 1880"



Who Is Clinn Rippy? 2012 Documentary Himself
Billy Joe Shaver: Live at Billy Bob's Texas 2012 Video documentary Himself
Behind the Confessions: The Life, the Music and the Revival of Radney Foster 2009 Documentary
CMT Insider 2009 TV Series Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2006 TV Series Himself - Musical Guest
CMT Got Me in with the Band 2004 TV Series Himself
CMA Music Festival: Country Music's Biggest Party 2004 TV Movie Himself
Texas Monthly Talks 2003 TV Series Himself - Interviewee
Cory Morrow: Full Exposure 2003 Video Himself
Austin City Limits 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
Late Show with David Letterman 2002 TV Series Himself

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