Growing up in the foothills of North Carolina, Lacy Green began performing professionally at age 13. After obtaining her degree in Religious Studies and Music from UNC Chapel Hill, she made her home in Nashville, Tennessee.
Upon arriving in Music City, Green quickly signed a publishing deal and began working with some of Music Row’s top songwriters and producers. To date, she’s had over 30 of her songs recorded by artists in country, pop, americana, bluegrass, film and tv.
As an artist, she’s released three albums under her own name and one as a member of the roots-rock trio, The Wonderful Nobodies. She’s been featured by Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country and YouTube Nashville and has performed on some of Nashville’s biggest stages, including CMA Fest, The Bluebird Cafe and Music City Roots.
Green’s passion for educating and empowering creators led her to join forces with the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International. In partnership with NSAI, she’s worked as an advocate for improved intellectual copyright legislation in Washington, DC and has also mentored over 100 other burgeoning songwriters and artists.