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Rian Greene and The Hucklebucks covering all the favorites and playing original tunes, as well. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
All Ages Welcome, NO COVER! Rian Greene and The Hucklebucks will be performing traditional country favorites as well as original tunes. Join them for an awesome night of music!
In honor of a very special friend's birthday, Rian Greene and The Hucklebucks will be playing a lively mix of all your favorites and a few a original tunes, too! Be There!
Rian Greene and The Hucklebucks will be jamming it out Friday night from 8 til midnight. Come in and meet the band! No Cover 21+ Awesome Set!
TONIGHT, SATURDAY JULY 9TH, 8pm! BE THERE!!!
Label: Post Oak Records
Bio: In the wake of his refreshingly straight-forward debut album—the Dusty Wakeman produced See Things Like You—Nashville singer/songwriter Rian Greene quickly earned the reputation of being a “songwriter’s songwriter.” While the album received world-wide airplay and heavy VH1-Country rotation for th...See Full Bio
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“With a sound rooted in traditional country music, Drown the Miller correspondingly offers Rian's uniquely fresh perspective. A mature, well-crafted work, this highly anticipated second album proves that his honest, no-frills lyrics and melodies stand up perfectly alongside the best Americana music of today. Lead single "The Best I've Ever Had" recalls some of the finer moments of Tom Petty and The Jayhawks, while tracks like "Stranger in My Arms" and the title track reveal a poignantly honest talent. On the new album, Rian Greene wisely surrounds himself with some of the more well-respected pros in music. "I didn't know who the other players would be, but I knew they'd be good. Once John Jackson came in to play guitar, it was a dream come true. If someone would have told me as a 16-year-old concert-goer that the guitarist I saw on stage with Bob Dylan (John Jackson) would play with me someday, I would never have believed it," Rian adds.”