With honest and personal lyrics, William Clark Green’s music lures-in and relates his audience to real-life inspiration. Growing up in small-town Flint, Texas, Will started writing at thirteen. After some practice and encouragement, Will opened for The Dragliners in College Station. However, being only fourteen at the time, he forgot almost all the lyrics to his diligently-rehearsed show. But, with free guitar lessons at his hometown church and local shows, Will became more confident and prepared for larger venues. As a freshman at Texas Tech, Green got the chance to play the Monday-night spot at Recovery Room, eventually working his way up to the headlining show on Thursday nights. Friend and fellow songwriter Josh Abbott helped Green get his foot in the door at Blue Light in Lubbock, Texas. After playing many acoustic shows, Green started a band and recorded his first CD, “Dangerous Man,” that released September 18, 2008. Will continues to play shows frequently across Texas.
Dangerous Man is a compilation of country, folk, rock, and Americana. It is a no strings attached record with honest lyrics. It has a smorgasbord of Texas styles and instruments that can translate to everyday life. This is a cover to cover album.
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