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Pat Green Scores Radio Deejay Gig
Is Pat Green giving up the troubadour lifestyle and becoming a radio jock? Not exactly. The Texas native has signed on to join Austin radio station, KVET, as temporary morning co-host for the month of June. He'll join current hosts Chris Mosser and Anne Hudson in the studio when he's home in the Texas capital...
Casey Donahew Band Finds Fans Living ‘Double-Wide Dream’
For Casey Donahew there was never any question he was making his music for the fans. Casey himself was a fan of acts like Pat Green and the Randy Rogers Band for years before deciding to strike out and launch his own music career. The hardworking Texan has spent the past nine years pouring his indomitable, can-do, indie spirit into his music and building a devoted fan base across the Southwest and
Pat Green, ‘All Just to Get to You’ Video Premiere (Exclusive)
The writer of most of his own hits, Pat Green also prides himself as a great admirer of fellow tunesmiths. In 2001, he teamed up with fellow Texas country great Cory Morrow for 'Songs We Wish We'd Written,' a covers album of some of their favorite songs, from Travis Tritt's 'It's a Great Day to Be Alive' to Merle Haggard's 'Red Bandana...
Pat Green Records More Songs He Wishes He’d Written
A decade ago, Pat Green collaborated with fellow Texas singer-songwriter Cory Morrow on 'Songs We Wish We'd Written,' an album that, as the title suggests, contains some of the duo's favorite songs. On Feb. 28, 2012, Pat will release a sequel, the appropriately titled 'Songs We Wish We'd Written II...
Pat Green Defends Mainstream Country Music
Texas native Pat Green has received his fair share of criticism for uprooting his wildly successful regional career for Nashville's Music Row ties, but the 'Wave on Wave' singer adamantly defends his decision to go mainstream, citing the exposure he received as a major label recording artist...
Pat Green Puts Partying Ways Behind to Focus on ‘New Life’
Pat Green knows a thing or two about the partying lifestyle that often entices young musicians. After all, he was only a college student when he hit it big. Although, after years of living life on the road as a headliner and supporting such major performers as Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban and Dave Matthews, Pat found himself at something of a crossroads where partying didn't make sense anymore... Re
Pat Green Putting His ‘Own Stank’ on Next Album
Before skyrocketing into the Billboard Top 3 with his 2003 smash, 'Wave on Wave,' from his gold-certified album of the same name, Pat Green had already self-released three albums. Three major label albums followed, with 2009's 'What I'm For' being the last for BNA Records...
Steve Azar, Pat Green to Play in Bob Hope Classic
Country music is coming to Palm Springs, Calif. and we're packing a set of golf clubs. Steve Azar and Pat Green are among the celebrity participants scheduled to play in the first four rounds of the 52nd Annual Bob Hope Classic. Defending champion Bill Haas, leading 2010 PGA Tour money winner Matt Kuchar, 2009 British Open champ Stewart Cink and 2007 Bob Hope Classic champ Charley Hoffman have su

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