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If You Haven’t Heard Texas Newcomer William Clark Green Yet, Here’s Your Chance

Even though Texas country up-and-comer William Clark Green isn’t a household name, he certainly is on his way to the country music big leagues. With his hit song “Sympathy” topping the Texas Music charts, people may get the impression that he’s an overnight sensation, however, that couldn’t be further from the truth.

The 29-year-old crooner was born in Flint, Texas and attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. It took him six years to graduate because he refused to put his music on the back burner. His first album, Dangerous Man, was released in 2008 while studying at Texas Tech and his sophomore album, Misunderstood, followed two years later in 2010.

For Green, the third time was definitely the charm. Rose Queen went on to score his first three Top Ten singles on Texas radio. Green’s fourth album, Ringling Road, released on April 15, 2015, has been spreading like wildfire in a Texas drought. “Sympathy”, the album’s first released single currently tops the Texas charts along with his newest single “Sticks and Stones”. Looks like we can go ahead and add William Clark Green to the list of country artists making Texas proud. Watch the “Sympathy” lyric video below.

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If You Haven’t Heard Texas Newcomer William Clark Green Yet, Here’s Your Chance