Green is "Way Out Here" with. new EP
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Green is "Way Out Here" with. new EP

Monday, March 25, 2024 – Riley Green announced today that he would release an EP, "Way Out Here," on April 12 via Nashville Harbor Records & Entertainment/Big Machinee Label Group.

That same day, Green kicks off his inaugural beachfront music festival Duckman Jam at the Flora-Bama.

The EP consists of seven songs. "We've been playing these new songs on the road and wanted to get them to the fans soon as possible," said Green. "I'm always working on new music and have more coming throughout the year."

The title track and hometown ode "Way Out Here" and the heartfelt "Jesus Saves" already have been released. The set also includes his current single "Damn Good Day to Leave" and a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Atlantic City," a staple from his setlist.

The track list is:
1. "Jesus Saves" (Riley Green)
2. "Way Out Here" (Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy, Josh Thompson)
3. "Atlantic City" (Bruce Springsteen)
4. "Good Morning from Mexico" (Riley Green)
5. "Damn Good Day to Leave" (Riley Green, Erik Dylan, Jonathan Singleton, Nick Walsh)
6. "Pick a Place" (Riley Green, Erik Dylan)
7. "Worst Way" (Riley Green)

The two-day festival will be at Orange Beach, Ala. and Perdido Key, Fla. on April 12-13. Green, who has referenced the famous stage in a few of his lyrics, will headline both nights, Tracy Lawrence and Jake Worthington will play on Friday, April 12, and Drake White and Ella Langley on Saturday, April 13.

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