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PAT GREEN RETURNS WITH LIGHTHEARTED SINGLE “DRINKIN’ DAYS”

INDIE TOURING POWERHOUSE PAT GREEN 
RETURNS WITH LIGHTHEARTED SINGLE “DRINKIN’ DAYS”

“DRINKIN’ DAYS” AVAILABLE AT DIGITAL RETAILERS MAY 26

Nashville, TN – – – May 23, 2017 – – – Three-time
GRAMMY nominee, Pat Green is back with an infectious new single,
“Drinkin’ Days,” available at digital retailers on May 26.   It’s the
perfect get ready for summer track co-written by Jaron Boyer, Ben Burges
and Phil Barton.  Green recorded the track at Arlyn Studios in Austin,
Texas with his longtime touring band.  Drummer Justin Pollard also
served as producer for the single.   

“Drinking
Days” is a lighthearted, windows-down, feel the breeze romp of a song.  
The lyrics are the perfect match for Green’s signature brand of
fun-loving, life-of-the-party music.  

“I can still raise em up – hang with the best of my friends
don’t get me wrong, they still taste good – but not as good as they did back then
back in those drinking days – and all of those parties”

“there’s nights I can’t forget – ain’t got a clue what we did”

“those glory days and all the hell we raised” 

Green
and his band look forward to performing the new single for fans as they
crisscross the nation on tour.   His explosive live shows and guy
next-door charm have made him a favorite among legions of loyal fans who
have purchased over 2 million albums and flock to sold out shows from
House of Blues in Los Angeles to Terminal 5 in NYC.  His current tour
will be making stops in Denver, Aspen, Kansas City, Chicago, Washington
DC, Boston, NYC and across the Lonestar state.   

A critic’s darling, his explosive live shows have earned praise touting him as “the Springsteen of the Southwest” in People magazine.  He’s also been lauded in Esquire,
Rolling Stone, People, USA Today, New York Times, Los Angeles Times,
Associated Press, American Songwriter, Country Weekly, Playboy
and Billboard
Green’s single “Girls From Texas,” (a duet with Lyle Lovett), off of
his last studio album HOME spent a massive 10 weeks at #1 on the Texas
Music Chart.  

For more information about Green log onto: www.patgreen.com
 
 Photo Credit: Jimmy Bruch

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