Born in Jacksonville, Alabama, Riley Green is a country singer-songwriter who began performing with his grandfather who ran The Golden Saw music bar in his hometown. It was here that he honed his craft as a songwriter and performer before unleashing himself as a performer in his own right. First coming into the public eye by appearing on CMT reality show 'Redneck Island', eventually winning the show's fifth season in 2015, Green released his debut EP 'Outlaws Like Us' in August 2017. He signed to Big Machine Records to release his debut full-length album, 'Different 'Round Here', in 2019, featuring co-writing credits from the likes of Rhett Atkins. This was preceded by the single 'I Wish Grandpas Never Died', which caused controversy with its lyrical jab against pop country music. Following the release of the album, Green toured around the world with the legendary Brad Paisley.