Raised in the small town of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina, Lacy Green grew up singing alongside her family, at school functions and in the local church. At age 13, she picked up the guitar and started penning her own songs. Over the next several years she played all over the state until her senior year of college, when she began trekking to Nashville to carve out her place in Music City.
Since moving to Nashville, Lacy has conquered her first radio tour, independently released two EPs, and played hundreds of shows across the country including Nashville’s most famous venues like The Bluebird Cafe and CMA Fest.
Lacy is also a talented songwriter who signed her first publishing deal with Dan Hodges Music just a year and a half after moving to town. Her music has been recorded by other artists and featured in film and on tv.
In November 2015 she released her second EP, “Nice Things” at the World Famous Station Inn in downtown Nashville. The project blends the best of Nashville’s tradition and future, while showcasing Lacy’s sharp songwriting and moving vocals.
When she’s not on the road or in the writer’s room, Lacy can be found in the studio hard at work on her next full length album.