When asked to describe her sound, Green said, "My music is a recipe of country, bluegrass, and soul. I have so many influences, so I think there's a little something for most everyone at one of my shows."
Green is a young singer based in
She said there was also a great network of musicians in the area that she was blessed to get to grow up listening to and learning from. Music was a staple in her family's home. She can't remember a time someone wasn't singing or playing or blasting the radio.
"My first performance was when I was 5 years old and my Dad lifted me up to a microphone at one of his shows so I could sing, 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow,'" she said. "I was pretty well hooked from that point."
At 13, Green asked her Dad to teach her how to play "Blackbird" on the guitar. Soon afterward she began writing songs. She said the music in her house was always an eclectic mix. Her dad loved old soul music and bluegrass and her mom was more the rocker who taught her to love girl power icons like
As a teen, she said she discovered singer songwriters
After two albums, countless shows, and a diploma from the
"My musical journey takes me lots of unpredictable places, but the people that I encounter on the journey are what make it my passion," she said.
Green's last album was recorded at
"The studio is where a song really comes to life and that process is one of my favorite parts of what I do. I'm looking forward to getting started on the next one," she said.
Making the move to
"The musical community is very close knit and for the most part, very supportive of one another.
For more information, visit www.lacygreen.com. To make a reservation for The Wineseller show, call 452-6000.
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