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William Clark Green rings New Years at Cain, where he hopes to record a live album in the future | Music

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Cain’s Ballroom will host Texas singer-songwriter William Clark Green on New Years Eve.


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Once upon a time, he had no name.

But he’s made a big name (three, actually) for himself in the music business and he’s getting ready to perform at his favorite venue on New Years Eve.

William Clark Green will ring in the New Year with a show on December 31 at Cain’s Ballroom, where he hopes to make a live album in the future.

Topics of conversation before the NYE concert: his nameless past, why he’s a three-name artist, the appeal of Cain’s Ballroom and, of course, chili. If you follow Green on social media, he often interacts with fans to remind them that if your chili has beans in it, it’s not really chili. Hot topic.

But let’s start from the beginning, which for Green is birth. He entered the unnamed world of Texas.

“You are not supposed to be able to leave the hospital without a name,” he said.

“My father, the doctor, managed to get around this problem, so I remained anonymous for two weeks. My uncle finally said to my father, “What about William Clark Green? It was the only name my mom and dad could agree on.

Hey, good thing you weren’t anonymous. This could make selling albums difficult.

“Hell it could get better,” Green said. “We never know.”