Riley Green at The Wharf March 11 & 12, 2022


The Wharf

Riley Green Returns to The Wharf in Orange Beach March 11 AND Mar 12, 2022

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Riley Green on Tour

Country singer Riley Green is just about as Southern as Southern gets, and the Alabama boy lets it all come through every time he hits the stage. From that deep-down twang in his voice to the lyrics of songs like "Bury Me in Dixie" and "Georgia Time" that celebrate his background, you get a full picture of Green's origins whenever you come to see him sing. He's a storyteller at heart, and when he settles himself in front of a microphone and starts strumming his guitar, he knows how to get his stories across to an audience. He does it with a minimum of fuss and a whole lot of pure, unadulterated emotion. Throw in a truckload of Southern charm, and you've got a classic, winning combination.

Riley Green in Concert

For most of us, the first place we ever saw Riley Green wasn't on a concert stage, it was on a reality TV show. He turned up as a contestant on CMT's Redneck Island during the program's fourth season in 2014-2015. Although he didn't make it far on the show, Green obviously had bigger fish to fry. The Jacksonville, Alabama–born singer/songwriter released his Outlaws Like Us EP in 2017, and it didn't take long for him to start making a splash on the album charts. By the following year, he had his first bona fide hit single, "There Was This Girl," and from there on the sky was the limit for the young country artist. In December 2018, he solidified his status as somebody to take notice of in Nashville, making his debut appearance at no less august an institution than the Grand Ole Opry. After a string of strong singles, Green's 2019 debut album, Different 'Round Here, arrived to make it abundantly clear that he had a consistent vision and every intention of sticking around for a good, long while.