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Lloyd Green

Lloyd Green was born on October 4, 1937, in Leaf, MS, but moved to Mobile as a young boy and began taking music lessons there. He graduated from high school in 1955 and went on to attend the University of Southern Mississippi. Green landed in Nashville after college and soon found steady work as a road musician supporting artists like Ferlin Husky and Faron Young. He stayed with Young's band for 18 months and then left to be with his new wife in Mobile. During those months, he appeared on one George Jones side, "Too Much Water Runs Under the Bridge" (1957). While in Mobile, Green played in numerous clubs and managed to save enough money to return to Nashville nine months later. But the touring life wasn't for him, and neither was the low pay or the lack of steady gigs. He left the music business for a job in retail, but returned when Fred Rose's wife paid his union dues and secured him work as a supporting musician at the Grand Ole Opry. In 1964 he began working as a part-time assistant at the SESAC office for Roy Drusky. Although the pay was low, the gig was steady and did give Green the opportunity to make his own demos. He remained with SESAC for three years, and soon was earning good money from his session work. Green worked with pop musicians as well, including Vera Lynn, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr, as well as on the Byrds' seminal Sweetheart of the Rodeo. He had just a handful of solo chart hits, including instrumental versions of the pop tunes "I Can See Clearly Now" and "Here Comes the Sun" in the early '70s. He also made the charts singing "You and Me." During the 1980s an ear infection forced him to stop working, but Green eventually returned to session work, and did perform the occasional concert on dobro or steel guitar. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi
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I love the steel guitar!
starfin0
great!!!!
I'd love to hear Lloyd Green's song from back around
the early to mid-70's! It's entitled: "My Favorite Girl
Named Sally Jean". I first heard it on WPTL-920 AM radio
in Waynesville! My 4 other favorites by him are:"Here
Comes The Sun", "I Can See Clearly Now","Killin g Me
Softly", & "Rose-Colore d Glasses(John Conley).Plea s e put these
5 songs on whenever possible! They're so awe
I learned to play steel from Lloyd Green's records. My favorite.
I still play gigs at 72.
FUN STUFF MAN, I love this instrumental stuff
The best steel guitar picker in the world I think, Louis Reynolds, P.S. Ilove your radio music. It's great

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