It takes a special talent, combined with a level of popularity most of us will never come close to, to become a divisive force in a scene that you catapulted to relevance. And while the Pat Green haters have calmed down the last few years it's safe to assume, just about everyone who hates, or hated him, at one point loved him. A lot.
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.
This week, after three weeks on top, Wade Bowen drops down to the third spot; opening the door to a brand new No. 1 song. So he lands it? Josh Abbott Band, Pat Green or Stoney LaRue? Let’s find out.
This week Wade Bowen looks to hang onto the top spot for a third consecutive week, but to do it he'll have to hold off Josh Abbott Band, Pat Green and Stoney LaRue. Can one of them beat out Wade, or will When I Woke Up Today hang on to the top spot again? Let’s find out.
Pat Green's brand new single out to radio, Girls from Texas, is flying up the charts. Well, now the legendary singer/songwriter is participating in the Down Syndrome Association of Central TX 2015 calendar.
Pat Green's new album is finished, and fans are finally getting to hear it ... some of it. The Texas-bred singer tapped Lyle Lovett for a song called 'Girls From Texas.' Listen to the breezy ballad via this exclusive ToC premiere of the lyric video!
Earlier today Josh Abbott called in and we chatted about the upcoming concert on Saturday at the Lonestar Amphitheater – Spring Fest 2014.
We had a great conversation about the “Lubbock Music Scene” and what it has done for artists such as himself, Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Joe Ely and more...
Warm weather has finally arrived, which means Spring Break is just around the corner ! And if you're anything like me, you're getting your playlists beach-ready. Here is part two of our favorite jams to take with you on your Spring Break adventure:
He's one of the best there’s ever been, and this week Pat Green has the RTX Sunday Video. In 2002 this song became his second Top 40 single after "Carry On," peaking at No. 36. Off his 2001 album of the same name, here is "Three Days."