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Pat Green Biography

Pat Green (Born Patrick Craven Green) is an American Texas Country artist. Active since 1995, he has recorded a total of seven studio albums, including several independent works, three for Republic Records and two for BNA. Fifteen of his singles have charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, of which the highest-peaking is the No. 3 “Wave on Wave” from his gold-certified album of the same name.

Pat Green Age

Patrick Craven Green was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States on April 5, 1972. He is 47 years as of 2019.

Pat Green Family

Green was born in San Antonio to Craven Earl Green a former Air Force officer and stage actor who influenced his son’s love of music and Patricia Burgess. He was raised in Waco, Texas, where he attended Vanguard College Preparatory School for grades 7-12. His parents divorced when he was seven with his mother later remarrying

After high school, Green attended Texas Tech University where he was a member of FarmHouse Fraternity.

Green is an ardent fan of Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers. “I Like Texas,” a song from his 1995 self-released album, Dancehall Dreamer, has been adopted as the Rangers’ victory song.

Pat Green Wife

Pat Green is a married man. In 2000 he married Kori Green. Together they have two children; a boy Kellison and a daughter Rainey born June 2012.

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Pat Green Career

Green’s musical career commenced at the age of 18-years at Texas Tech, playing small gigs at bars and clubs around Lubbock. In 1995, he independently recorded and released a series of albums produced by Lloyd Maines using the money borrowed from his parents. He did not commit fully to his music career until 1997 when his stepfather fired him from his job as a fuel wholesaler. Green had been counting his money from a weekend of singing and his stepfather knew he would need motivation to fully pursue music as a career.

After committing to music, Green drew the attention of Willie Nelson and joined a tour featuring Nelson and several other famous country musicians. His appearance at the 1998 Willie Nelson 4 July Picnic was his first step towards nationwide recognition, and he was soon playing sold out shows in Texas. Green was sponsored by Miller Lite and sold more than 250,000 albums, even without signing a major label recording contract.

His first major-label recorded album, Three Days, repackaged his best pre-major songs and new tracks with modern sound engineering. The album was released to acclaim in 2001. The adventurous, Beatles-influenced “Wave on Wave”, and was released in 2003, with the title track reaching number 3 on the charts by the end of the year. The album featured pop flourishes and sound engineering that was incrementally more compressed than that of “Three Days” but dramatically more so than that of his independent releases. The Christian-tinged title track remains Green’s top career hit.

In his mid-2000s, he aimed to capitalize on his Wave on Wave commercial achievement. He achieved some critical and popular success but was unable to match his prior success and earned a “sellout” label. In late 2004, “Lucky Ones” was Green’s 3rd and final CD release on the Universal/Republic label. Despite weak label support, the album peaked at number 6 on the U.S. Country charts.

Green joined popular country music artists including Keith Urban, Gretchen Wilson, Dave Matthews Band, and Kenny Chesney on major tours. In 2006, he released his album Cannonball. CMT questioned the album as reaching for the “uninspired pop sound of today’s Nashville,” with songs “starting to sound too much alike” and “crossing the line into Nashville pop” and perhaps not “honest and natural.”

He acknowledged that he needed hits to sustain the career that he wanted. In 2008, Green released “Let Me”, as the first single from what would become his final label-released album, What I’m For. The single reached 12 on the country charts, giving Green his first Top 20 single since “Feels Just Like It Should” reached No. 13 in 2006.

Initially, “Country Star” was released as the second single, but it was withdrawn shortly after the title track (“What I’m For”) began receiving airplay. “Country Star” peaked at 32, and “What I’m For” peaked at 28 on the country charts in July 2009. He parted ways with BNA shortly afterward.

In 2011, leaving the industry, Green announced his return to Texas and independent music. On September 2, 2014, Taste of Country premiered the official lyric video for a new song, “Girls from Texas”, featuring Lyle Lovett. On September 16, 2014, “Girls from Texas” was made available on iTunes. On May 18, 2015, he released a new single, “While I Was Away.” The video, a tribute to long-distance parents, premiered on on May 22. The song was inducted into Taste of Country’s Showdown Hall of Fame after winning five consecutive fan-voted rounds against artists including Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Cassadee Pope, and David Nail.

Green’s self-released Home debuted on digital media on August 14, 2015, and entered on the Top Country Albums chart at No. 5. The album includes appearances from Lyle Lovett, Sheryl Crow, and more. The twelfth single from the album, “Day One” was released to Texas radio on May 2, 2016. He self-released the single “Drinkin’ Days” on May 26, 2017. On April 5, 2018, his 46th birthday, Dancehall Dreamin’: A Tribute to Pat Green was released. The album features covers of ten Pat Green hits along with commentary about each song. On July 20, 2018, he released the single “Friday’s Comin’” worldwide.

Pat Green Net Worth

Green is an American country singer and songwriter whose primary source of net worth is his musical career. His estimated net worth is around $3 million.

Pat Green Discography

Three Days (2001)
Wave on Wave (2003)
Lucky Ones (2004)
Cannonball (2006)
What I’m For (2009)
Home (2015)
Dancehall Dreamin’: A Tribute to Pat Green (2018)

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