When it comes to Texas Country three names come to mind William Clark Green. The native Texan from Flint, Texas is coming Scottie's Grill on Saturday, May 18.

Green released his first album, Dangerous Man in 2008, then followed it up with his second album, Misunderstood in 2010. It wasn't until his third album, Rose Queen that put him on the map for good with his first No. 1 regional hit,"She Likes the Beatles," the album also garnered him three top 10 hits on the Texas Country Music Charts.

His fourth album, Ringling Road produced the hits, "Sympathy" and "Sticks and Stones," the inspiration for the album came from the Texas town of Eastland.

Green a singer-songwriter also recorded a tribute album to Kent Finlay Dreamer in 2016 along with a live album, Live at Gruene Hall.

His latest album, Hebert Island was released in 2018 on vinyl.

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William Clark Green will also be performing at the Lone Star Jam in Austin, Texas Memorial weekend.

Next up at Scottie's:

Josh Abbott Band May 24