Pat Green
Pat Green

Pat Green

About Pat Green

Country singer/songwriter Pat Green comes from the rich tradition of Texas country-music mavericks carving their own niche for themselves, and he has done that with a combination of deep-down roots, alt-country innovation, and rich, reflective lyricism. Born in San Antonio in 1972, Green kicked off his career working in and around the musical hub of Lubbock. He started recording in the mid-’90s, with local legend Lloyd Maines producing. Eventually he caught the attention of Willie Nelson, who invited Green to play his annual July 4th blowout in 1998. By the new millennium, Green had signed with a major label and hit the Country Top 10 with Three Days, an album that showed off his knack for country-rocking hooks and storytelling savvy. With 2003’s cinematic, soul-searching Wave On Wave, his hitmaker status was solidified, and since then he’s never stopped blending earthy Americana with deep-diving lyrical firepower on tunes like the inspirational “Footsteps of Our Fathers” and the tongue-in-cheek fame-seeking story “Country Star.”

  • HOMETOWN
    San Antonio, TX
  • BORN
    April 5, 1972

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