A Southern Gentleman with a love and passion for making people feel at home while entertained is what motivates Riley Green to write songs and perform every time he gets an opportunity.
Born in Jacksonville, Alabama on October 18th, 1988, Riley is the youngest of three children and has always been the entertainer of the family. Riley started playing guitar at age 10 and started writing music at age 14. He wrote his first song in 2007. “Escalade”, “Dream Girl” and “Sandy Beaches”, like many of his early songs, these were inspired by a young man’s quest to get girls.
Many of Riley’s next generation of songs reflect on the experiences of a young southern man trying to find his place in the world. With a mixture of outlaw-rebellion and respect for tradition, Riley combined these values to create his own style. “A Little Hank” and “Almost” reflect the battle of values in the “Southern Society” and what his Grandfather referred to as “The fine line between Saturday night and Sunday Morning”. Riley has played a variety of venues since hitting the road that include locations from “Sea to Tennessee” as his line in “Bury Me in Dixie” says.