- Green was born in St. Catharines, Ontario, in 1980.
- For you baseball fans, Green was named for the Philidelphia Phillies pitcher/manager of the same name following their 1980 World Series victory.
- Green played, toured, and recorded with two different bands for a span of six years, all while achieving platinum-certification with every record except for one! Talk about dedication!
- Between 2003-2011, Green did guest appearances on 10 different albums, including Act 1: Goodbye Friends of the Heavenly Bodies, by Neverending White Lights.
- Gordon Downie, the lead singer from The Tragically Hip, guest-sang on the song “Sleeping Sickness” from City and Colour’s second album, Bring Me Your Love.
- His album, Bring Me Your Love, was named after a short story written by Charles Bukowski.
- Green married television host Leah Miller in 2008, who has worked with So You Think You Can Dance Canada and E! Canada.
- In winter 2012, Green appeared on Kids CBC, retitling his song, “The Girl,” to “The Gift” in order to make it fit into the block better.
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