William Clark Green takes his queues from the storied legion of Lone Star State songwriters who have gone before and brings in the energy of rock and attitude of outlaw country.
William Clark Green nearly became a rancher, like many good Texans, but we're thankful that music intervened in those plans as Green brings some real rock 'n' roll punch to his straight from the heart country tunes. Like many notable Texas singer-songwriters, Green takes his cues from the storied legion of Lone Star State songwriters who have gone before and brings in the energy of rock and attitude of outlaw country. It's a potent mix that make Green a tremendous live performer. On this live version of "Sympathy", Green brings down the house and shows a musician quickly maturing to take his place alongside Robert Earl Keen, Joe Ely, and Billy Joe Shaver. Green tells PopMatters that he's "never written a song with that much emotion in it in 45 minutes, and will never do it again."
This song and more are available on the upcoming Live at Gruene Hall releasing Friday and you can pre-order it now.