The Cooper's BBQ Live 2022 Concert Series gets underway with a great show as Pat Green takes the stage this Friday, March 4th with San Angelo's own Case Hardin opening! I caught up with Pat and talked about the show and more.

We talked about a new album coming out with two singles already released from it. He also gave us some insight into what we can expect with this Friday's show which if you didn't already know, will be full band!

I also asked Pat what advice he would give to bands and artist coming up in the music business and he had a very interesting response from one who has been doing this for 25 plus years. He knows what he is talking about!

We also talked about his touring schedule these days and I also asked him to describe the feeling he has with the success he has enjoyed so far in his career.

As we get ready for his show at Cooper's BBQ tomorrow, take a moment and listen to the interview I had with Pat Green today.....

We will keep you informed as many more great shows have been and continue to be added to Cooper's BBQ's 2022 Live Concert Series.

The shows are BYOB and for an extra twenty dollars fill up your cooler with all of your favorite beverages. Take lawn chairs and blankets to add to your comfort.

For more information and to purchase tickets, click on originalcoopersbbq.com, follow them on Facebook or call Cooper's at 325-255-2222.

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