There are more artists using this name: 1) Green is a Danish new wave band from the 80's. Line-up: Peter H. Olesen (guitars & vocal) Also known from (Kain, Sort-Hvide Landskaber, Skizo Kids) Henrik Olesen (guitar & bas) Jens Unmack (drums) Also known from (Næste Uges TV, Love Shop) Discography: Green (Replik Muzick), 1986 (EP) Teenage Museum (Cloudland), 1992 (Album) Lovers' Lingo (Cloudland), 1994 (Album) Minor Sun (Cloudland), 1996 (Album) 2) Green is a power pop band from Chicago, USA. 3) Stoner/sludge metal band from Oulu, Finland 4) A late-60s Texan psych rock band led by John Martin and Wilson Fisher who released the self-titled album "Green".
Unlike most Texan psych bands, Green had more of a soft-psych, baroque feel, with the band members providing the additional strings and woodwinds themselves. Features brass parts by Bobby Blood 5) Biographyby Steve Huey Chicago power pop band Green was formed in the mid-'80s by guitarist/singer/songwriter Jeff Lescher, whose influences included the Kinks, T. Rex, and soul music. Although such albums as Green (1986) and Elaine MacKenzie (1988) were fairly popular in Holland and Belgium, Green never had much exposure in their home country.
1991's White Soul marked a peak in songwriting, although its unfocused 1992 follow-up, The Pop Tarts, was half power pop and half grunge in an unsuccessful attempt to gain a wider audience. On The Pop Tarts bass player Ken Kurson (who is responsible for four songs spread out over Elaine MacKenzie and White Soul) was replaced by Clay Tomasek, who also wrote songs for the band. After the three-song Le Pathetique EP in 1993, the band fell silent for a while. In 1998 the album Green 5 was released, followed in 2001 by Eau de Vie, which was recorded in France.Make Green Playlist