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Pat Green could never be accused of lacking vision and direction about his musical career. Green is a superstar in Texas and a rarity at that because unlike most Texas musicians who barely set past the borders of the Lone Star State, Green clearly considers himself a national artist with higher aspirations. And thanks to his 10th album, "Cannonball" and a hit single with "Feels Just Like It Should," Green is back on track with a change in musical direction and a new label. ...
Pat Green is another in a long line of Texas musicians putting out their own albums instead of owning big dreams about striking it rich with one of those huge record companies in Nashville. The type of artist who can make a living just getting in the van and touching down at clubs throughout Texas, which unlike most every other state, is large enough to support the cottage industry known as Texas musician. But something went "awry" with Green's plans. So much so that he has even occasionally ...
To many musicians, Texas is both vast and insular. On one hand, as singer and songwriter Pat Green points out, "Texas is a pretty big place." A performer can drive seven hours to a gig and still be well within Lone Star State lines. On the other hand, the music community there seems tightly knit, and those who choose to can spend lucrative years gigging, as Green and fellow country singer-songwriter Cory Morrow have, without having to leave the state. ...