William Clark Green: The Texan opens about ‘Hebert Island’

From Six Shooter Country:

Sometimes you’ll do an interview with an artist and you know that it’s going to be hard work, this is never the case with Texan artists. William Clark Green is one of the biggest names in the Texas country music scene, with four studio albums, a live album and an upcoming new LP, Hebert Island, to his name. With his signature blend of rock ‘n’ roll with country music, Clark Green is recognized as one of the best live acts in the Lonestar State.

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‘Hebert Island’ is Hard-Living And Heartfelt

From Wide Open Country

For every album, Texas music singer-songwriter William Clark Green shows another place down in Texas that’s near and dear to his heart. In the past, he’s taken us to Lubbock, Tyler and Eastland—places he’s lived. Now, with his new album Hebert Island, he ventures out into old family stomping grounds.

Green’s family moved to Texas from Louisiana in 1869. It was Green’s grandmother’s great-grandfather, an Hebert (pronounced A-Bear), who originally bought the LaBelle Ranch located outside of Beaumont, Texas. Surrounded by rice fields and in the middle of the marsh, Green’s Hebert Island—and namesake for his fifth studio album—is indeed a real place.

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