Riley Green To Release ‘If It Wasn’t For Trucks’ EP In September

Current ACM New Male Artist of the Year Riley Green will release a five-song EP, If It Wasn’t For Trucks, on Sept. 11 via BMLG Records. The songs serve as an early look at his full-length album, which will release next year.

“I’m excited to be releasing the If It Wasn’t For Trucks EP. I’ve been using my time off to do a lot of writing and although we can’t play music for fans face-to-face right now, I’m glad I can still share some new music with everyone,” said Green. “I hope to see everyone back on the road soon.”

Green was recently named MusicRow Magazine’s Breakout Artist of the Year, and was selected to perform during this year’s CRS New Faces of Country Music Showcase. He also has two Gold-certified singles, “I Wish Grandpas Never Died,” and the No. 1 hit “There Was This Girl.”

After spending 2019 on the road with Brad Paisley and Jon Pardi while also headlining his own Get That Man A Beer Tour, Green kicked off 2020 on Jason Aldean’s We Back Tour. Though touring is currently paused, he will perform on the ACM Awards on Sept. 16.

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