Pat Green is one of the greatest country musicians and singers of our generation, and yet, outside of Texas, he's never received the commercial notoriety he deserves. Born in San Antonio and raised in Waco, Green is a Texas boy through and through — he even attended Texas Tech University, where he was a member of the FarmHouse fraternity — and his love of the Lone Star State shines through in all of his music. Scroll down to see what we've been listening to. Though Green's been making music for nearly 25 years, he shows no signs of slowing down, and his latest single proves just that. Who can forget the fiddle at the beginning of this song? It sets the stage for one of Green's greatest odes to Texas When we found out he was singing a track with Lyle Lovett From the opening lines that lament too much time in the big city to the finale of Green belting out, " I'm okay, I'm alright ," this song holds up as much now as it did when it first hit the airwaves near the turn of the millennium. We're not in the business of simply choosing an artist's most popular song and saying it's their best, but when it comes to the title track of Green's Wave on Wave , we didn't really have much of a choice. Give it a listen and we're confident you'll agree, "Wave on Wave" is definitely Green's best!
"Texas on My Mind"
"Wave on Wave"
Active since , 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. Green started his music career as an year-old at Texas Tech playing small gigs at bars and clubs around Lubbock.
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