MAVERICK MAGAZINE - 5 * review & The Maverick 'seal of approval' - ‘Expressive and powerful… a very capable and beautiful singer… talented and charismatic’
'INTRO' LEXIE GREEN is a singer/songwriter from the fenlands of Cambridgeshire who describes her influences as Americana, Vintage Blues, Country & good ole Rock 'n' Roll.
Becoming a singer and songwriter and performer later than some, Lexie penned her first song after leaving a career in the city of London to settle down as a Mum and to run the family farming business.
It has not always been easy juggling a young family, a business and her passion for music but her hard work has gained her a few tasty International song writing awards (including both semi-finalist and commended entries for The International Songwriting Contest), multiple album releases to critical success, BBC Radio airplay, the chance to meet and perform for 'Bob Harris' and touring either solo or accompanied by her band of good friends 'Steve, Sam, John and Kat'.
'BOB HARRIS' Chosen by Bob Harris, the BBC Radio 2 production team and The Long Road Festival organisers to perform on the BBC Introducing stage at the first 'Long Road Festival' in 2018.
'INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION' Maverick Magazine gave her live album 'Live At Bobs Records' an Maverick seal of approval plus a 5 Star review and she has caught the attention of multiple international magazines with notable mentions of her songwriting strength and her 'Raw yet soulful voice with a timbre that that strangely enough mixes Melissa Etheridge and Katie Melua' (Blues Magazine)
'LIVE' Over the past few years Lexie has built up a strong reputation for her live performances being recognised and respected by venues, promoters, radio presenters and audiences as a crowd loving and excellent live act. Whether performing solo or with her band of friends (Steve, Sam, John and Kat) her fun filled and happy presence shines through, winning over venues and audiences alike. Loving nothing more than to write and perform great music, bring a smile, raise an audience to their dancing feet and make you feel like you are a huge part of that moment.