A self-described "Schmo with a Show", Jamie Green has over 35 years experience playing guitar in bands you've never heard of! He also has a degree in broadcast-journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A lifetime music nut, he is the son of a jazz trumpeter and educator. Soaking in all his dad's jazz albums, he is a fan of good music, no matter the genre.
He also loves to travel, drink good Scotch, read biographies, history and mystery novels. He is married and lives in Kansas City with his wife and two sons. You'll often find him playing out on weekends in his acoustic duo "Flatwater" or his new project "Jen's Ex"
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"One of the great things about Jamie's interviews is he is a musician himself, so he is naturally empathetic towards musicians. He understands music so you can talk to him more in depth about writing, playing, and learning your instrument. He understands it takes time to hone your craft, and really gets some of the struggles musicians go through. Jamie goes in depth with his questions and gets to the heart of motivation to explore what makes a musician tick." Bobby Harris Leader The Dazz Band
"James Green is a well-prepared, relaxed and knowledgeable interviewer. It was a pleasure to speak with him and appear on Trading Fours."
"I cannot recommend Jamie Green from Trading Fours Podcast more highly. My clients and I love working with him because he is warm, thoughtful and asks great questions. From classic rock legends to seasoned singer/songwriters to up and coming developing artists, all of my folks have really enjoyed speaking with him. He does the research and most importantly makes it fun and interesting.."