Country singer-songwriter William Clark Green has announced a show at Denver’s Bluebird Theater set for the spring of 2019. The Texas troubadour heads to the Bluebird on Thursday, April 11. You can find ticket info on AXS by following this link.
William Clark Green is a Texan through and through. Originally hailing from Flint, Texas, Green attended high school in College Station, where the budding songsmith saw some of the best singer-songwriters Texas has to offer, folks like Jerry Jeff Walker and Robert Earl Keen. But Green really cut his teeth playing the rowdy clubs and open mics of Lubbock as he attended Texas Tech.
While a Red Raider, Green released his debut album, Dangerous Man, in 2008 and followed it with his sophomore record Misunderstood in 2010. But Green got his big break with his third LP, the Nashville recorded Rose Queen, which cracked the Top 40 of the Billboard Country and Indie charts and hit #6 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart. Green continued his success with his fourth album, 2015’s Ringling Road. This time the record barreled into the Top 20 of the Country and Indie charts and topped the Heatseekers chart.
Green released his most recent album, Hebert Island, in August of 2018. You can check out the Hebert Island track “Drunk Again” in the video above.
Don’t miss your chance to catch William Clark Green when he comes to the Bluebird Theater on April 1 (Tickets).