New Music and More With William Clark Green [AUDIO]
He's native to East Texas (the thriving metropolis of Flint) but has seen most of his musical success in the Texas scene come from the western side of our state, which makes sense seeing how that's where he started his band after graduating Texas Tech in Lubbock. But now our buddy William Clark Green is looking to grow and bring his brand of music back to the good side of Texas and he recently stopped by Radio Texas Live to get the ball rollin' on just that.
Being from the Tyler area Will knows all too well about The Rose Festival and Queen, next he sang live a song he wrote "The Rose Queen" inspired by his dad who told him growing up "Don't fall in love with the Rose Queen cause you can't afford it."
Coming up Thursday November 3rd Will is coming back in East Texas at Graham Central Station in Longview, tickets on sale now at outhousetickets.com --for dudes it's just $5 and ladies get in free, we talked about that show next.
Next it was the debut of his next single "Caroline" off his album "Misunderstood" check it out.
Finally from the Mt. Vernon Sessions it's William Clark Green's "Sweet Amy" which if I'm correct was inspired by KNUE's own Amy Austin --see ya'll Thursday November 3rd at Grahams.