Photo via Wikipedia Well this is fun. Wave on Wave songster, Pat Green, is trading one microphone in for another. According to All Access, effective immediately, Pat Green will join the Mosser & Hudson Morning Show for the weekday morning show on KVET in Austin, Texas. “Pat Green is a Texas music icon and we are excited to have him be part of the Mosser & Hudson Morning Show weekday,” said PD Joel Burke. “Pat is very well spoken on a variety of topics and we look forward to sharing his perspective and experiences with KVET listeners each morning.” Pat...
Photo via KILT radio Boy, that Pat Green is one popular fella in The Lonestar State. While performing Sunday night at Houston's Freedom Festival, Pat was presented with the "Decade Award" by the Texas Music Chart for having the most Texas radio airplay in the first decade of the Music Chart. Pat's music played an amazing 269,783 on Texas radio stations which works out to a Pat Green song playing on the radio somewhere in Texas every seven minutes in the first decade of the Chart's existence. Wave on Wave indeed. You can find more information on the Texas Music...
I'm so much happier being on the blogger side of things rather than the money and record label side of things because I really don't understand some of the things that go on. For example, according to That Nashville Sound, a press release was sent out to Country Aircheck today that said BNA records and Pat Green had amicably parted ways. Really? Why? Again, I'll never understand these things.
Me either, but Pat Green does. OMG!!! This is such a funny interview segment from Pat Green talking about naked Kenny. I actually have tears running down my cheeks. Take a listen and then check out the rest of the interview over on US99.
Today seems to be the day for free concerts. It's being whispered that there will be a surprise Pat Green show at the Stage tonight and right afterwards the Lost Trailers will be at the Second Fiddle, both on Lower Broadway in Nashville. Pat will start at 10 PM and the the Trailers will go on right after – sometime between 11:30 and midnight. I was told that if you show up you should be able to get in but there are no guarantees, basically it's a first come first served thing. Now shhhhh, this is a secret.
Pat Green's new album, What I'm for, hit stores and digital retailers today. Yay. You can preview all of the songs plus watch some videos here.
CMIL has some good news for all you Pat Green fans out there. First off, the ladies have a group of photos from Pat's What I'm For photo shoot. Check them all out here. Next, they had all the info about Pat having new music on his MySpace. You can listen to his current single “Let Me,” “What I’m For,” “Lucky,” “In The Middle Of The Night,” and “Carry On.” Thanks ladies for the great info!
But it's not like you may be thinking. Pat will be headlining the 39th annual West Texas Rehab Center 2009 Telethon on January 17 at the Abilene Civic Center. Charlie Chase of Crook & Chase will be on hand to anchor the show. The Rehab Center provides the following services... Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech Pediatrics Audiology Home Medical Equipment Orthotics & Prosthetics Occupational Health & Employer Services Hospice Retired Senior Volunteer Program Parent Case Management Sports Medicine The January telethon will help support rehabs in both Abilene and San Angelo. Several television stations in Texas and Oklahoma will carry...
Here's a behind-the-scenes of Pat Green's Let Me video shoot. The best part of the video is that you get to sit and listen to the whole song while you watch it.
Okay, Pat Green was not really on fire, but he did perform at the NMSU Homecoming Bon Fire in Las Cruces, New Mexico last night. A huge fire and a free concert for college kids, can you imagine how fun that party was?!? More pics here.