“Dancing Shoes” Continues to Gain Popularity With Over 303,000 views (and counting) on YouTube

#3 Most-Played Song on Sirius/XM’s The Highway Last Week

Green River Ordinance, the multi-talented pop/rock quintet, is set to release their compelling new album, ‘Under Fire’ on February 28. The band has seen a great deal of success across country music platforms with their track, “Dancing Shoes,” which has received heavy airplay on Sirius/XM shows, The Highway and Hits 1.  It was the #3 most-played song on The Highway and #7 most-played on Hits 1 last week.

Fans are embracing the music video and it has gained over 303,000 views on YouTube thus far. Click  here to watch.  GRO is offering a free download of the song at their website: The track has seen consistent sales, with over 4,000 purchased downloads last week alone.

It is not a far reach for GRO’s cross-over appeal. ‘Under Fire’ is a versatile and diverse body of work which highlights each member’s unique tastes in music.  “There’s indie rock, pop, country, gospel, folk and rock and roll throughout all 15 songs on this album,” says lead vocalist Josh Jenkins. “Our musical influences span genre and era. In the van, you will catch us listening to anything from classic country, Jackson Brown, Michael Jackson, Fleetwood Mac, Bon Iver, Laura Marling, The Beach Boys, Squarepusher, Justice, Lady Antebellum, The National, Spoon, M83, Sleigh Bells, Andy McKee, to Temper Trap.

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This is the third full-length studio album for GRO, which includes Jamey Ice (guitar, banjo, mandolin), Josh Jenkins (vocals, guitar, piano), Joshua Wilkerson (guitar, vocals), Denton Hunker (drums, percussion) and Geoff Ice (bass, vocals).

Recorded in Oklahoma and Texas, ‘Under Fire’ was co-produced by Jordan Critz, Chad Copelin, and Jarod Evans and features 15 affecting, original songs. Elements of pop, rock and roots are bound together by GRO’s full-throttle energy and incredible harmonies. “Our primary purpose was just to make the most authentic and honest music possible,” says Jamey Ice. “We also tried to push ourselves to think outside of our traditional instruments. We used all sorts of random percussive instruments and unique drums; we used banjos, mandolins, baritone guitars, 12 string guitars, upright bass, accordion, lap steel, old vintage amps and old vintage guitars. We tried to push ourselves to explore more, even if it meant forfeiting safe and traditional structure and instrumentation.”

GRO’s sublime new single “Heart of Me” is available now. Click here for a free download.

The band will kick off an extensive North American tour on March 29 in Houston, TX, crossing the country with special guest Graham Colton. Tickets are on sale now at

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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