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Jackie Greene was born on 27 November, 1980 in American, is an American musician.

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Age40 years old
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Born27 November 1980
Birthday27 November
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Jackie Greene Net Worth

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Timeline

2019

More recently, Greene was featured in World Gone Mad, the new album from the Weight Band, on a Jerry Garcia cover. In 2019, he embarked upon his 100% Greene Tour starting with a two-night engagement at Ophelia’s in Denver, CO followed by stops at various locations of City Winery.

2013

In spring 2013, Greene joined the Black Crowes as lead guitarist, replacing Luther Dickinson, for the band’s Lay Down With Number 13 world tour.

2012

In the Spring of 2012 Greene, Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead and Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes embarked on an acoustic tour. They called themselves the Weir, Robinson, Greene trio, or WRG for short.

2009

In October through November 2009, Jackie Greene played a series of shows with Gov’t Mule, culminating at the end of the tour on Halloween at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA, during which Jackie played and sang through an entire set of Rolling Stones songs with Gov’t Mule.

2008

Meanwhile, Greene continued to pursue solo efforts, releasing Giving Up the Ghost on 429 Records in April 2008, and made his second visit to Late Night with Conan O’Brien in June 2008, performing “Like A Ball & Chain”. Another song from the album, “I Don’t Live in a Dream”, was featured on episodes of the NBC television series Life in November 2008 and ABC’s Private Practice in March 2009.

2007

In 2007, his cover of “Look Out Cleveland” was included on the tribute album Endless Highway: The Music of The Band.

2005

In early 2005, he signed with Verve Forecast. Sweet Somewhere Bound was reissued that year, followed by a new release, American Myth, in March 2006. The following year, Greene joined Phil Lesh and Friends, the Grateful Dead bassist’s ensemble dedicated to the interpretation of the Dead’s extensive song book. Other members of the band at the time included John Molo, Larry Campbell and Steve Molitz. Also in 2005 his song “I Will Never Let You Go” was used in the score for the movie Brokeback Mountain, winning the Academy Award in 2005 for Best Original Score, and which was also released on the Verve label.

2002

In late 2002, Greene released his first album with DIG, Gone Wanderin’, which won the California Music Award for the Best Blues/Roots Album in 2003 and remained on the national Americana charts for over a year. In 2004, Greene released his third album, Sweet Somewhere Bound, and began receiving radio play for singles like “Honey I Been Thinking About You”.

1980

Jackie Greene (born November 27, 1980) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. He has a solo career and became a member of the Black Crowes in 2013, though the band broke up in 2015 before he could contribute any studio work.