Jackie Greene is a singer, songwriter and musician whose music is considered to be Americana, roots rock and blues. Former member of the final line-up of the Black Crowes who disbanded in 2015 released his debut album in 2003 titled “Gone Wanderin” which won the California Music Award for the Best Blues/Roots Album in 2003 and remained on the National Americana charts for over a year. Greene has toured with Gov’t Mule, Los Lobos, Mark Knopfler, B.B. King, Phil Lesh, Ratdog, Huey Lewis, Susan Tedeschi, Taj Mahal, and Buddy Guy he has played at major U.S. Festivals, including the All Good, Gathering of the Vibes, Grateful Garcia Gathering and many more. He has had several TV guest appearances and his music has been featured on hit shows like NBC’s series Life in 2008 and ABCs Private Practice in 2009. The Jackie Greene band currently features Nathan Dale on Guitar, Brian Filosa on bass, and Fitz Harris on drums. Always the over-achiever Jackie is also currently a member of the band Trigger Hippy which is another rock ‘n’ roll band that was initially formed as a casual collaboration between members who got together to jam occasionally. And in the spring of 2012 Greene, Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead and Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes headed out on an acoustic tour where they called themselves the Weir, Robinson, Greene trio. Or WRG, for short. Jackie Greene just loves to play music anyway and anywhere the world allows him.