Art Courtesy of BMLG Records

NASHVILLE, TN (March 8, 2019) – As his debut single “There Was This Girl,” rides into the Top 5 at Country radio, RILEY GREEN goes all in for fans with the release of more new music. The Alabama native wrote “Bettin’ Man” (BMLG Records) alongside Erik Dylan and Jonathan Singleton, reflecting on the odds of a love never coming back. A steady drum beat and guitar bends, Riley reflects throughout the chorus: If I was a bettin’ man / I’d say she’s halfway to Birmingham / On the phone with her mom and them / Cussin’ me to hell and back again / I bet she’s got her radio on / Singin’ somethin’ ‘bout movin’ on / I’d put a hundred on her never comin’ back again / If I was a bettin’ man. Listen to the track here:


Staying true to himself and his followers he explains “I had success early on with my fans by consistently putting out new music, and I think they have become accustomed to that.  I want to keep that connection we’ve built and always put them first. If they keep listening, I will keep ’em coming.”
Riley built a steady following throughout the Southeast that has expanded nationwide with his off-the-cuff charm, impressive live show and relatable songwriting. Billboard praises, “Green describes his success as ‘accidental,’ which is perhaps his humble Southern way of saying he simply put in the work the old-fashioned way. No gimmicks, no viral moments, no co-signs from a more established artist, just playing shows — a lot of them.” Consistent touring, a strong work ethic and commitment to his fans, Riley frequently previews fresh tracks on his headline dates, which lead to the recent release of crowd-favorite “In Love By Now.”


Next Riley will hit the road this summer for Brad Paisley’s 2019 World Tour, performing the new tunes and selections from his IN A TRUCK RIGHT NOW EP at each stop. For a full list of tour dates and more, visit