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Pat Green to Bring Texas Inspiration to the Spencer Theater, 8/21-22
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Alto, NM -- Pat Green is a Grammy-nominated hit maker, the upbeat "Wave On Wave" country artist who holds the reputation of an outsider: a Texas inspiration that's stayed away from the glitz, a mainstream country artist who can rock arenas as well as intimate nightclubs without limitations. His tunes and vocal style make for some of the best sing-a-longs out there, an trove of head bopping, heart-warming material perfect for cruisin' stretches of caliche roads or dancing with friends. It's pure Americana, a heartland mix country, rock and blues, and it is the type of music that keeps you feeling good all day long.
Pat Green's built a solid reputation as an ace songwriter of his own material, but also recently added to his repertoire with personal arrangements of music penned by the likes of Lyle Lovett, Tom Petty and Shelby Lynne. The tunes further Green's mission of stretching his limits, and getting our minds and hearts right along the way.
Green appears in two concerts at the Spencer Theater on August 21 and August 22 at 8 p.m. where he'll share his new material as well as favorite selections from his 10 studio albums like "Wave On Wave," "Crazy," "Here We Go," "Take Me Out Dancing," "Somewhere Between Texas and Mexico,""Baby Doll," "Feels Just Like It Should," "Three Days," "Whiskey," "Carry On," "Dixie Lullaby," "Who's To Say," "Don't Break My Heart Again" and "Songs About Texas." Green will be joined on stage at the Spencer with his five man band: Justin Pollard on drums, Brett Danaher and Chris Skrobot on guitars, Michael Ramos on keyboards and Matt Slagle on bass. Excellent seats remain for both his concerts for $69 & $66 -- but they're going fast! Call the Spencer Box Office at 575.336.4800 or go online to www.spencertheater.com for tickets. Greens' concerts at the Spencer are sponsored by the R.D. & Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation.