Riley Green doesn’t miss.
In addition to his acoustic Valley Road EP and the more recent If It Wasn’t For Trucks EP, Riley Green has playing a ton of new stuff during his acoustic Golden Saw Series.
Performing live from his home town, Riley has been joined by songwriters Erik Dylan, Jessi Alexander, Randy Montana, Brent Cobb, Adam Hood, Drake White, and then Channing Wilson and Trent Tomlinson for the last round.
We’ve recently showed you a powerful new one called “That’s My Dixie,” and another titled, “They Don’t Make ‘Em Like That No More,” but now, Riley is back with another brand new one titled “Because Of Me.”
“Try another new one. I like playing songs that nobody’s heard, it doesn’t matter if I mess ’em up. This song I wrote a couple months ago, it’s called ‘Because Of Me.'”
Riley recently joined us on the Whiskey Riff Raff podcast, talking everything from “Paint Me A Birmingham,” hunting during quarantine, his Golden Saw Series, Morgan Wallen and trying to navigate fame, supporting other artists, recording his unreleased songs, playing shows during COVID, hangover cures and more.
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Earlier this year, Riley once again shared his home town stage with fellow Alabama native Adam Hood and the very talented Brent Cobb (and Erik again with a surprise performance) for another round of kickass performances including a cover of Merle Haggard’s “My Favorite Memory” and a brand new one called “Wild Woman.”
“I Let A Damn Good Woman Leave.”