Each song from Green’s debut cd, “MultiHeaded Heart”, depicts a rite of passage delivered with honesty and passion. She takes the listener on a journey through her most recent incarnations of life. Departing from an insecure innocence, traveling to deep vulnerable jungles and dreams within her heart, she reaches a humble ecstatic destination.
Green’s music arrives on the shoulders of many great influences, Joni Mitchell, Shawn Colvin and The Smiths to name a few. Green’s illustrious soprano voice, ranges from the popular and refreshing “Thinking Like This,” to the moody and substantial “Kitchen Table,” all the way home to the deeply soulful “Train.” Her melodies could be described as capricious yet reigned-in, capturing the ability to surprise without leading you on a wild goose chase. They are magically pursued by sublime harmonies inspired by the impressions left on her young ears by Simon and Garfunkel and more recently The Indigo Girls.
As a guitar player, Green has developed her own style of playing her Martin HD28. Merging her classical and flamenco training with the influences of Ani DiFranco’s funk rhythm, the popular virtuoso finger styles of Emily Saliers and the beautiful pop sensibilities of the Beatles, she has created her own unique groove of finger, rhythm and chordal technique.