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Pat Green

Texas native Pat Green got his start in country music while still attending college in the mid-'90s. As a teenager, Green quickly took to the sounds of several Lone Star State performers like Robert Earl Keen, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Willie Nelson. He started writing songs at age 18 while studying at Texas Tech, and was eager and earnest in making something happen. He convinced his parents to loan him some money to record an album. The independently released Dancehall Dreamer appeared in 1998 just as Green was becoming a hot performer on the local bar scene. A year later, Green wowed an audience of 2,000 people at Willie Nelson's July 4th picnic, and that magnetic event was captured for his second album, Live at Billy Bob's Texas. Green continued to write and record as the decade came to a close. Songs We Wish We'd Written was issued in 2001, and in five years' time, Green had sold over 200,000 copies without major-label support. Republic was so impressed with Green's grassroots approach that they inked him a deal before Christmas. Three Days marked his first proper release. Two years later, Green joined producer Don Gehman (Hootie & the Blowfish, R.E.M., Nanci Griffith) for Wave on Wave, and in 2004 Lucky Ones came out. In 2006, after a move to RCA imprint BNA, Cannonball was issued, followed by What I'm For in 2009, which found Green working with producer Dann Huff. He revisited some of his favorite songs and songwriters for 2012's Songs We Wish We'd Written II, a sequel to his 2001 album. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi
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Good song does pat have a brother Paul.
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I love his old stuff and his new stuff. Much better then most the crap people are putting out. He is in a different place so of course the songs are going to reach out to different people in different stages of their life then he did ten years ago. Keep doing what you do Pat.... but throw a little bit of padre, hill country, I35, and austin in there every now and then ;)
Im not much for new country. His older stuff is awesome. Still getting use to his new. Anyone heard "songs we'd wished we'd wrote?" i think it is his latest...
rick2276
seen pat play after a spurs game in SA,had a chance to talk with him,he's a cool dude bought me and my uncle a beer.
ssr43
I love, love Pat Green!!!! (:
if you like pat green's lyrical songwriting style check out Walt Wilkins who's name you may recognize from pat mentioning him in his song Carry on.
This guy just whips a** and takes names... take no prisoners... . . yeeee --hah!!!!
jjhenson15
Sell out? Lol!!! He is supporting his family with his sell out, if thats what you call it.
@gone4wheele n 0 9 , I have to agree, I don't like any of his new music. :( I added him to my country station but so far have not heard one song I like from him. Nothing like Songs About Texas... :(
gone4wheelen 0 8
Texas Country music is about playing the music for the love it for people to hear it. Pat Green is a sell out don't get me wrong his music is good from his younger years his new stuff sucks. Long live red dirt country music do it for the music not the money!
I love Pat Green's music - have everything he's ever done - he is one of my favorite artists - I'd rather listen to Pat Green for a hundred hours straight than to listen to Taylor Swift for 10 seconds.
Even REK has issues with some interesting albums, which could get his labeled as a sell out. REK rocks the house live and is a blast (Just like Reckless Kelly).. Look Texas music is not Nashville, I haven't listened to PG's newer stuff, but he is still a strong song writer and performer. Temporarily lost perhaps, but he'll come around. Anyone who did what he did to get where he is has fire in his belly to perform his way.
fromthevein
This isn't jason boland at all, pandora just plays whatever.
I would like to see "Live at Billy Bob's" album and the songs from it. Those were Pat's best songs.
jennbarger
I relly like his music...grea t artist & songwriter..
dtmafollin
what an awesome songwriter and sound...i'm a big fan of pat and his band
I SAW PAT PLAY MADISON SQUARE GARDEN YOU WILL NEVER SEE ROBERT EARL THERE
WILLARD WAKE UP THE MAN IS MAKING SOME MONEY NOW WOULD YOU TURN DOWN CASH PLUS CANN0NBALL AND WHAT IM FOR ARE GREAT ALBUMS
Still does a fantastic show at county fairs. Bar rockin Texas country music
Nashville or otherwise He is still a great artist
sell out? whatever. you can't play in honky tonks and frat parties the rest of your life. PG evolved, just like all his fans that grew up. Get over yourselves. His music is still fun and his shows are the best.
seriously? where's the good stuff? who wants to hear the nashville trash you've been puttin out for the last few years. Where's Trailer Park, John Wayne and Jesus, One for the Road?
willallen47
I went to see Pat Green once since he went Nashville and I almost got on stage when he sang the line "I gave up on Nashville a long time ago". He's a sellout and everything he has made since then has been garbage. Such a shame, he was one of my favorites.
Pat Green is the bomb...... Have seen him in concert 4 times. has played a great show each time....
nwilder54
yeah pat sold out....good money but sold out
his new cd is stupid he isnt a real texan whats worng with playin in a bar and little town places
oudejansa
If you like his CD's ..then go see him live, he is one of the best! From the HOB at 700 fans to the Houston Livestock Show with 70k fans. He and his band are having the best time and taking you along for the ride.
need to add his new (amazing!) song - "Let Me"!!! ASAP!
Saw Pat Green in Vegas at the Golden Nugget during the National Finals Rodeo! He rocked the house! Audience engaging, awesome performer!
nickole_shul l
Amazing!!! Love his music
laurabarclay
add "Let me" already . . . Please!!!!
the man is awesome-wait i n g on a new album
Just now discovering Pat...and am quickly becoming a fan!!!
Please add "Let Me" sooooooooon. I love this song
I love the new song "Let Me"...please add it soon!
terencewilhe l m
Pat is the one who put recent red dirt/texas country on the music map!!
pat green is the s**t

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