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 2010, Unsigned,

 Joel Green is a Southern Bluesy Singer/Songwriter from Greer, South Carolina. Joel's latest album is a melting pot of musical styles with southern rock flavors mixed with jazz overtones. Although this is Joel's first release as a solo act, he has played in a number of well-known bands; such as Emery, The Widow Jenkins, and Cowboy Angels. Furthermore, Arrah Fisher, of Arrah & The Ferns, makes a guest appearance on a handful of tracks as a backup singer. 

The majority of this album was recorded during the summer of 2010 at Reber Recording by Frank Reber.
Parts of this album were tracked at The Gallows recording studio by engineer Bryan Nelson.

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    Joel Green - Under The Gun
     
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    Joel Green - Give Me Your Love
     
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    Joel Green - Cigarettes, Whiskey, and Growing A Beard
     
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    Joel Green - Watching My Hands Shake From Fear
     
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    Joel Green - I Won't Stay
     
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    Joel Green - A Love Song (For Nothing)
     
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    Joel Green - So Far From Home
     
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    Joel Green - Take Me Home To You
     
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    Joel Green - The Hardest Thing
     
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    Joel Green - I'm Leavin'
     

Recent Blog Posts

7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
Review: Veseria, RLTVTY
Photos by BrandonGuiseDo you ever listen to an album and immediately want to rummage through the cre...
7/21/17
by Erin Jeter
MFT Update: Moving out of Murphy Arts Center
Dear MFT Community,This weekend, Musical Family Tree will be moving our headquarters out of the Murp...
7/21/17
by Brett Alderman
A Celebration of the Psychphonic Variety
A curated space unlike any other, the Museum of Psychphonics is about to find a new home. After its ...