NASHVILLE, TN (June 29, 2018) – Declared “the next big thing in country music” (Bustle) and one of “Big Machine’s rising stars” (Billboard), singer/songwriter Riley Green shifts into high-gear this summer with the release of new music. For the Alabama native, there are few things a man can be as proud of as where he’s from. And it’s that strong sense of self and place that informs the songs of his new EP IN A TRUCK RIGHT NOW, available digitally today on BMLG Records. Award-winning producer Dann Huff highlights the singer/songwriter’s southern roots across four tracks Riley co-wrote.
“I couldn’t be more excited for everyone to hear IN A TRUCK RIGHT NOW” said Green. “I am more proud of this project than anything I have done musically and I think it’s a great reflection of who I am as an artist and a person. It’s a great feeling to be able to tell my story through music and I just want to thank the fans for allowing me the opportunity.”

  1. “There Was This Girl” | Riley Green, Erik Dylan
  2. “Same Old Song” | Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Jonathan Singleton
  3. “Break Up More Often” | Riley Green, Chris DuBois, Lynn Hutton
  4. “In A Truck Right Now” | Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Randy Montana

Next up, Riley will showcase his new songs, along with fan favorites like “Bury Me in Dixie,” on the road this summer with his headlining OUTLAWS LIKE US TOUR – kicking off in August, naturally, in Alabama. Onstage, he’ll choose to let his songs speak for themselves. Fueled with good-natured rebellion, respect for tradition and steady touring throughout the Southeast, his music has already tallied over 27 million streams to date, and as a performer, he has built a fierce following on social media and at live shows.
“These songs are about how I grew up, and the kind of things that I believe in. It’s the things that mean something to me,” says Riley. “And I’ve got a good feeling that there’s a lot of folks that grew up the same way, all over this country.”
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