Ben enjoyed success as a songwriter, having his work covered by R&B great Buddy Miles and sax soloist Warren Hil. He also wrote and performed the title song for the Rob Lowe movie, The Finest Hour. His songs have been featured at various radio formats including NPR, AC and AAA. II. Ben Green About "I feel privileged to pay tribute to the legends of blues men and women who came before me.
I honor their work, lives, honesty and creativity. My original music is inspired by my family, work and common man's blues. Hope you like it." Ben Green Biography Ben Green is a Deep Roots Blues songwriter with an original slide guitar style. For over twenty years, Ben has performed as a solo artist & has become a favorite among his listeners.
He also collaborates with other great talent for some one of kind performances. Released in December 2012, his Fourth CD "Can't Live Without 'em" demonstrates once again his gifted songwriting skills, strong vocals and distinctive finger pickin' and slide work. Definitely his best collection to date, his music matures with each release. And with more songs in the wind or already finished, he plans another release in 2013. You can purchase the newest recording, MP3 or CD at CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bengreen3 His third collection, “Westboro Blues”, was released in 2008 and is a heavy dose of what he refers to as a “front porch pickin’ kind of blues”. Performing on a variety of acoustic six & twelve string guitars, Ben is more than ready to get the Blues & ALWAYS leaves you wanting more!! Ben Green represented MO Blues Association Inc in the 2009 International Blues Challenge as a semi-finalist in the Solo/Duo Category.
He was one of sixty challengers from around the world. Ben has been married to his lovely wife, Carlene for 16 years and together they have four beautiful children. Ben is a hard working man and father whose music is often inspired by his work and family. Facebook: Ben Green Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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