"Pat Green" (born April 5, 1972 in San Antonio, Texas) is a singer/songwriter from Texas. Green was born the eighth of nine siblings in San Antonio and raised in Waco, Texas. His father was a stage actor which influenced Pat's love for music. He attended school at Texas Tech and was a member of the FarmHouse Fraternity, and is known for his brand of "Texas country", which was made famous by Cory Morrow, Robert Earl Keen, and others.
While attending Texas Tech, 18 year old Pat started his music career. It was during his college years that he started playing small gigs at bars and clubs around campus. He soon caught the ear of Willie Nelson and began touring with him and other famous country musicians. Pat continued to tour and gain popularity with country music listeners. He started playing sold out shows in Texas and was sponsored by Miller Lite. Even more remarkable, Pat sold more than 250,000 albums before signing his first major-label contract. His first major-label recorded album, "Three Days" was released in 2001 and he has since released two more albums. While Green spent many years playing to young college audiences in "college towns" across America, he has rec...