GREEN RIVER ORDINANCE FEATURED IN BILLBOARD; MARKS HIGHEST DEBUT ON BILLBOARD 200 TO DATE
New Album ‘UNDER FIRE’ Out Now
Green River Ordinance continues to charm critics near and wide with the release of their dynamic new album Under Fire.

The quintet was prominently featured in the latest issue of Billboard and debuted at #98 on the Billboard 200 – their highest to date. Check out Chuck Dauphin’s Billboard.com chat with band members, Josh Jenkins and Jamey Ice here.

In other GRO news, the band will kick off an extensive North American tour on March 29 in Houston. For tour dates and more info, go to

GRO first gained popularity with their major label debut “Out of Our Hands” on Virgin Records in 2009. The album skyrocketed to No.10 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart. From there, the sought-after band had two Top 40 radio singles (“Come On” and “On Your Own”) and saw their infectious pop rock songs spinning on more than 20 TV shows, with their music videos hitting MTV and VH1.

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