Throughout the history of "Texas Music" there have been certain artists that stepped forward as... "leaders" per-say. These leaders made headway for the rest of our favorite artists. In the beginning, we had Pat Green, Cory Morrow and Roger Creager step up, followed by Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen etc etc etc.
Well, it's official according to William Clark Green's Facebook page. Green's next project, Ringling Road, set for release in 2015, has wrapped and we are all excited, to say the least, for the East Texas native's follow up to Rose Queen.
Not that William Clark Green needs to explain anything to anyone, let alone me, but when he stopped by last week he was nice enough to fill me in on why he broke a promise he'd made to me. He also share details about his next album Ringling Road, and we discussed the difference between his No. 1 single, Hanging Around and Josh Abbott's current single, Hangin' Around.
I had the opportunity to talk with William Clark Green about the 2014 JAB Fest Sat., September 20 at the Lonestar Amphitheater. The "Tonight" singer also revealed that he has some history with Lubbock.
After two weeks at No.1 Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" slips to No.4, opening the door for any of 'em, William Clark Green, Granger Smith, Cody Johnson or Casey Donahew to land the biggest song of the week
Last week Josh Grider's "Smallest Town on Earth" became the very first No.1 song in Texas for 2014. This week he looks to still be the only person with a No.1 single in the new year. Can he hold off William Clark Green, Granger Smith and Casey Donahew? Who lands the top spot in Texas? Let’s find out.
Seems like most everyone is bashing country music these days, and there's reason to. I heard some legitimate reasons Why Country Music was Awful in 2013. And while calling people out for singing crappy songs serves a purpose, and may even serve to correct the ship -- you gotta admit, it's hard to argue how bad a song is, when people download it like crack.
William Clark Green is a native of East Texas — but has seen his musical success in the Texas scene grow from the western side of the Lone Star State. That makes sense seeing how that’s where he started his band
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