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Ring in 2021 at Southern Junction!  You'll have a blast with Party Favors, Champagne Toast, a Balloon Drop that is stuffed with $2021 in cash and prizes, and a great party atmosphere with WILLIAM CLARK GREEN!

So let's say goodbye to the past and hello to a better 2021 together at Southern Junction!

A singer and songwriter whose slice-of-life music and tough, heartfelt delivery earned him a following in the Southwest, William Clark Green was created in Flint, Tx on, may 19, 1986. When Green was 12, his family members moved to University Station, Tx, and he started taking electric guitar lessons at cathedral. Green’s tastes after that leaned to hard rock and roll, however when his dad performed him Willis Alan Ramsey’s traditional 1972 debut record, the youngster became thinking about the Texas vocalist/songwriter custom. Green immersed himself in the task of Robert Earl Eager, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Pat Green, and started writing music of his very own. Green eventually signed up for college after careers being a ranch hands and functioning a feedlot didn’t workout for him. But Green was interested in music than academics, and it had taken him six years to comprehensive his Agriculture Economics level at Texas Technology. Green spent almost as enough time playing open up mikes and acoustic gigs as he do learning, and by 2008 he was playing a every week residency on the Blue Light in Lubbock. That same calendar year, Green released his debut record, Dangerous Guy. The record Misunderstood followed this year 2010, nonetheless it was 2013’s Rose Queen that became Green’s breakthrough. The record was a good success in Tx, where the music “She Wants the Beatles” and “ISN’T IT ABOUT TIME” gained significant airplay. The record ultimately peaked at 34 over the U.S. Nation Albums graph as Green’s popularity grew beyond his house condition. And in 2015 Green fell his fourth record, Ringling Street. “Sympathy,” “Sticks and Rocks,” as well as the name tune had been all radio strikes in Texas, as well as the record sold better still than Rose Queen, climbing to 18 for the U.S. Nation Albums graph and going completely to number 1 for the Heatseekers graph, an inventory for new performers increasing.