Chicago’s House of Blues Goes Green

Last Thursday, February 16, 2012, The Place of Blues in Chicago, IL highlighted main residence hip jump craftsman Scratch Carter Green. The about sold out group shook to the rhythms of jazz, funk, and rap as Green was sponsored by amazing percussionist Kahil El’Zabar. El’Zabar, likewise a Chicago local who has worked with Stevie Ponder, Nina Simone, Bleary eyed Gillespie and Paul Simon, called the show "a transformation of eras to praise the force of soul through hip hop."

Opening with his remix to Drake’s "Headlines", which became a web sensation on World Star Hip Jump back in the Fall, Green set a gathering tone for his 40-minute set. It was the execution of "Remember Me" from Green’s hazardous mixtape XIX that included the backup from El’Zabar and his band. Fans originated from the nation over and Canada to see Scratch Carter Green perform. Benefactors of the show had only acclaim for the sprouting youthful craftsman and record officials watched and cheered in appreciation and intrigue.

The Becoming environmentally friendly School Visit is directly underway and set to commence in September 2012. Green’s introduction single from his yet untitled collection will be accessible this late spring. Subscribe at to stay upgraded on the most recent music and visit data.

Green’s single "Ghost" can at present be seen at carter-green/727255/ghost.jhtml or by setting off to the craftsman’s music page at either or His mixtape, XIX, is at present accessible for download at Take after Scratch at

Contact: Roosevelt Allen, III

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688 N. Milwaukee

Chicago, IL 60642

Telephone 312-733-3630

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