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  • Writer's pictureMary Ann

Thirsty Thursday Featuring Todd Greene

Thank you for chatting with us Todd! Where did you grow up and how has that influenced your style of music? I grew up in western NC with all types of music around me including country bluegrass, gospel, R&B, Pop and rock n roll. All of these influenced my style.

What song that you have recorded means the most to you and why? Probably my next single (coming out March 3rd) called “Talk to Me,” mainly because people respond to this song in so many ways that I never could have imagined!

Did you have a musical mentor? If so, who was it and how did they influence you? I think the people that influenced me the most (in terms of mentoring) were my music teachers at school. Other than that, it’s just every artist that I found interesting.

If you could have penned a song in any genre, what would it have been? I think probably any rock song, just because that’s what I kind of grew up on.

At the end of the day, what do you hope is the message of your music? What do you hope people take away from your songs? I hope that people listening to it will leave with a sense of hope and self-awareness about their emotions - whether it’s a sad song or an upbeat song.

Was there ever music playing in the kitchen growing up? All. The. Time.

Where is your favorite place to eat in your hometown? Sportsman’s Grille in Nashville, TN

How do you drink your coffee? Black, Cowboy style

What is an example of a menu you would prepare if I came over?

Apps: Charcuterie board along with chips and salsa and guacamole.

Main: Grilled Scottish Salmon with Caesar Salad and a very good wine.

Dessert: Crème Brûlée

Finally, if you could be sponsored by one food/drink brand who would it be and why? Pepsi and Krispy Kreme doughnuts because they remind me of home!

Raised in a musical family in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Todd Greene discovered the art of song at a young age. His affinity for the acoustic guitar and the singer/songwriters of the era compelled him to hone his craft. Today, he is an engaging performer with introspective original songs and a rich voice that is steeped in rhythm & blues. He is truly an original American storyteller and captivating artist.


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