Barton Green was first published at the age of ten. Seven years later he earned first place in the C.O.G. International Writing Competition with just 14 paragraphs. His diversity of award winning works range from the short story, ‘Alone In Times Square,’ to the Mother Theresa documentary, ‘A Pencil in the
Hand of God.’

Bart’s literary skill has been employed by such heavyweights as five-time boxing champ Evander Holyfield, platinum recording artist Jaci Velasquez, “Heartbreak Hotel” composer, Mae Boren Axton, Italian film star Isabelle Adriani, British diplomat Sir Lionel Luckhoo, and the Bishop of Rome, Pope Francis I.

Having moonlighted as a musician most of his days, Green is intimately familiar with the world of music. In fact he is the author of the insightful volume, ‘Between The Lines & Spaces,’ which recounts, in prose, the birth of 19 iconic songs, using the composer’s own lyrics to weave each tale.

The topics this writer has tackled are as varied as his collaborators. From the book, ‘Prepared’ with NFL running back Reggie Kelly, to master magician Harris III’s ‘The Illusion of More,’ Barton Green is a chameleon composer with two keyboards – a piano… and a laptop.

Having moonlighted as a musician most of his days, Green is intimately familiar with the world of music. In fact he is the author of the insightful musical volume, ‘Between The Lines & Spaces,’ which recounts the birth of 19 iconic songs, using the composer’s own lyrics weaved artfully through the prose.

The topics this writer has tackled are as varied as his collaborators. From the book, ‘Prepared’ with NFL running back Reggie Kelly, to ‘The Illusion of More’ with master magician Harris III, Barton Green is a chameleon composer with two keyboards – a piano… and a laptop.

“Hey Human” Host, Susan Ruth, songwriter (most recently for Reba McEntire) and author Barton Green, have a rousing kitchen table chat about Nashville, writing, and his rare encounters with heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield, “Heartbreak Hotel” composer, Mae Boren Axton, and legendary BMI international president, Frances Preston.

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