Tickets for concert are $12 in advance and $15 at the door
William Clark Green is coming to Salado on Saturday Oct. 29 to play Johnny’s Outback. Tickets are available online at Johnny’s Outback for $12 per person and at the gate for $15 per person. Gates open at 6 p.m.
He released his new album, William Clark Green Live at Gruene Hall last month to rave reviews.
The album was featured recently on Rolling Stone Country’s first listen.
A seasoned entertainer and highly regarded as a rising star on the national touring scene known for selling hard tickets and playing over 150 shows a year cross-country, Green embraced the idea of recording a live album at one of the most respected venues in his home state.
With collaborations from revered artists like Jack Ingram on “Goodnight Moon,” Dani Flowers on “Final This Time,” and Ross Cooper and Randall Clay on the critically acclaimed “Ringling Road,” William Clark Green Live at Gruene Hall serves as an homage to the rich history of the oldest venue in the Lone Star state and takes listeners on a nostalgic journey through Green’s musical career. His captivating stage presence combined with weatherworn, smoky vocals and unapologetically honest lyrics have made Green a favorite among fans and critics alike This album features a compilation of live recorded tracks from Green’s latest album, the 2015 esteemed Thirty Tigers release Ringling Road, as well as previously released albums Rose Queen (2013), Misunderstood (2011) and Dangerous Man(2008). Green joins forces with Ingram to close the album with a live recording of Shivaree’s “Goodnight Moon.”
Last year, Green’s Ringling Road earned him critical praise from Rolling Stone Country, American Songwriter, and Billboard among numerous other respected publications and media tastemakers and the live album is sure to be no different.
To learn more about him, visit his website at William Clark Green.