Primarily a poet, Harold Green is an ever-evolving artist with a skill set that defies categorization. His vibrant storytelling and passionate lyrical delivery continue to captivate audiences both domestically and internationally. With repeat sell-out shows at some of Chicago’s largest and most popular music venues, Green is not only a highly sought-after talent, but an equally respected band leader and event producer.
In the media, Green has been talked about in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, The Ellen DeGeneres Show Blog, Ebony Web, Black America Web, Windy City Live, and Black Enterprise Web.
He is the creator of numerous recorded albums, videos, plays and, above all else, artist platforms. He has hosted popular open mic events and performed at festivals, rallies and colleges across the country for a decade and a half, consistently. He is the architect and curator of “Flowers for the Living,” an annual collaboration project with some of the best singers and musicians Chicago has to offer. He is a visionary, leader, motivator and an overwhelmingly undeniable human being.
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