Green River Ordinance delivers a raucous blend of acoustic-driven power-pop rock that, while changing often in tempo and timbre, never sounds anything less than pristine, dynamic, smart, and uniquely Green River Ordinance.
They’ve sold over 20,000 copies between their 2 independent releases: their full length debut, Beauty of Letting Go and their EP, Way Back Home. They’ve packed houses across the Country, and have toured with the likes of Bon Jovi, Collective Soul, The Click 5, Blue October, Bowling for Soup, Flickerstick, Eisley, Simple Plan, Mutemath, Matt Wertz, Lovedrug and many other bands already established in the music world.
Just barely old enough to be customers in the bars they sometimes play, the band is anything but green. They have lived the life, and on stage or in the studio, this fact is obvious. Smooth, polished and professional, their musicianship and stage presence belies their youth. They look like what they are: rock stars. But that’s where the similarity ends. You won’t find these young men bashing their way through hotel room walls or overdosing on the latest chemical craze on a tour bus.
In 2009 and 2010, Green River Ordinance saw tastes of much sought after success: 2 Top 40 radio singles, songs on over 20 TV shows ("So You Think You Can Dance", "The Hills", "The Young & Restless"), 2 music videos on MTV and VH1, tours with American Idol winners David Cook & Kris Allen, Goo Goo Dolls, Collective Soul, Train, Lifehouse, and many others. Green River Ordinance's original song “Rise Up” was featured on the AT&T Team USA 2010 Winter Olympics Soundtrack alongside Mariah Carey, 3 Doors Down, Train, Rascal Flatts.
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|The Beauty of Letting Go||2005||For Mona|
|Way Back Home EP||2007||For Mona|
|Out of My Hands||2009||Virgin Records|
|Wait A Minute EP||2010||For Mona|
|The Morning Passengers EP||2011||For Mona|
|Under Fire||2012||101 Distribution|