Posts Tagged ‘Green River Ordinance’
Russell (center) is about more than touching your heart these days.

Sean Russell: Rabbit Redux

Some of the fine young members of Green River Ordinance still fondly recall the Acoustic Mafia. Featuring Brandin Lea (Jetta in the Ghost Tree, formerly Flickerstick) and Calhoun’s Tim Locke plus John Price and Collin Herring...


GRO: Country or Rock? Does It Matter?

Is Green River Ordinance getting screwed? But maybe getting screwed means you’ve finally arrived. Kinda? Here’s the truth. Radio country sucks. It’s just as bad as pop-metal and ghetto-fabulous (c)rap. Genre music –– ...


Soundcheck 817: Green River Ordinance at Billy Bob’s Texas

Eric Griffey
It’s Green River Ordinance week at Fort Worth Weekly. First, the five-piece was the subject of our cover story. Then, earlier this afternoon, singer/guitarist Josh Jenkins sat down with the Weekly to discuss the band̵...


GRO at 15

With a new, countrified sound, Green River Ordinance is ready to go another 15 years. And more.
Eric Griffey
On a cold, dreary January afternoon, somewhere amid a neat row of bunker-esque buildings in an industrial area near Six Flags in Arlington, a man was standing in a doorway aggressively rapping over what sounded like the soundtr...


GRO-ing Up

Somewhat quietly, Green River Ordinance has become Fort Worth’s most famous rock export not named The Toadies. The band has been around for an eternity in rock years (over a decade), having formed when all five members were n...

UPDATED Green River Ordinance: iTunes’ No. 7 Album

Anthony Mariani
Fort Worth pop-rockers Green River Ordinance‘s latest release, Under Fire, has done something that only maybe The Toadies’ last album, Feeler, has ever done: crack iTunes’ top 10 most downloaded albums. Last w...

Fort Worth Band GRO on VH1

Anthony Mariani
The video for Green River Ordinance’s new single, “Come On,” is out now, and the song is part of VH1’s Top 20 Countdown, right up alongside tracks from Lady Gaga, Kings of Leon, Norah Jones, John Mayer, and other househ...

Local Boys on Tour with Rock Giants

Anthony Mariani
Local pop-rockers and Capital Records signees Green River Ordinance are going out on tour with two heavy-hitters: singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw and ‘90s radio giants Collective Soul. There aren’t any local dates, though. Feh.