Joey Green, the talented Texan who captured hearts across the nation during his run on NBC's The Voice, has unveiled his latest album, "Heart Lessons," available today on all major digital music platforms. In celebration of this exciting album release, Joey Green has also launched the music video for his track "The Worst," This playful video humorously portrays Joey navigating awkward situations as he grapples with the challenges of a modern millennial world.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Joey Green, the talented Texan who captured hearts across the nation during his run on NBC's The Voice, has unveiled his latest album, "Heart Lessons," available today on all major digital music platforms. This album seamlessly blends Joey's signature mix of rock 'n' roll, soulful country, and a touch of 90s alternative. In celebration of this exciting album release, Joey Green has also launched the music video for his track "The Worst" which can be viewed online here.
"If the Gin Blossoms were millennials talking about their exes I think they would have written a song like 'The Worst'. The song humorously portrays me navigating awkward relationship situations with the challenges of a modern millennial world. I'm seriously surprised it hasn't been written before," added Joey Green.
Joey Green shared his inspiration for the new album, saying, "This project was born from my past experiences and the mistakes I've made on my life's journey, both personally and in music. It's essentially a reflection on how your lowest moments do not define your ultimate outcome. Each song in this album tells a story and imparts a 'Heart Lesson' of its own."
Joey Green has established himself as an icon in the Texas music scene, captivating audiences with his electrifying stage presence and sharing the spotlight with renowned national acts such as Lainey Wilson, Parker McCollum, Eli Young Band, Randy Rogers, and Giovannie & the Hired Guns. His star continues to rise internationally, thanks in part to his significant role in the highly acclaimed Texas Music Takeover tour. This tour saw Joey performing alongside notable Texas artists like Pat Green, Koe Wetzel, Vaden Todd Lewis (Toadies), Casey Donahew, Cody Canada, and Wade Bowen.
Adding to his impressive list of accomplishments, Joey Green achieved the enviable position of #1 on the Texas Regional Radio Charts with his standout collaboration, "Old Timers," featuring George Ducas. His EP, "Puttin' It Out There," has enjoyed remarkable success, with tracks from the album frequently featured on popular Spotify playlists, including 'New Music Nashville,' 'Fresh Finds Country,' and 'LA Pop Tunes.'
Furthermore, Joey Green's music video for "This House Ain't Big Enough" enjoyed premieres on prestigious platforms such as CMT, Country Rebel, Heartland, and Nashville Country TV. This visually captivating video secured a coveted spot in the "Taste of Country" Top 10 Country Music Video Countdown for an impressive ten months. His singles, "Saturdays Are for The Boys," "This House Ain't Big Enough," and "Puttin' It Out There," have consistently maintained strong positions in the Top 100 on the Texas Regional and Texas Music Charts, firmly establishing Joey Green as an emerging star in the country music scene.
For more information about Joey Green, his music, or to request an interview, please visit his official website at www.listentojoeygreen.com.
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